Heath and Sanborn return with the first bit of new material in two years with their latest single “Radio,” being the A side of the forthcoming “Radio”/”Jump Kick Start,” which is slated for an November 18 release. “Radio” has quickly become a staple of their live shows and a fan favorite — and interestingly enough, the song is arguably the most brash song they’ve released; but, it also manages to be both a refinement and expansion of the sound that first caught them attention. Heath’s sultry vocals are paired with a slickly propulsive and dance floor-friendly production consisting of layers of cascading synths, wobbling low end, stuttering drum programming, and as a result the song sounds as though it were nodding at Soft Metals’ swooning and sensual Lenses and Giorgio Moroder.
Over the past 100 years, there have been a handful of people that every musician and every music fan should hold revered, as they’ve managed to change how the music we love sounds, how its […]
http://teamcoco.com/embed/v/86172#playlist=x;eyJ0b3RhbCI6MTAsInR5cGUiOiJyZWxhdGVkIiwiaWQiOjg2MTk0fQ If you’ve been following JOVM for the past year or so, you’d remember coming across several posts about Sylvan Esso – a rather unique collaboration between Ameila Meath, lead vocalist of of folk group Mountain Man and Nick Sanborn, bassist […]