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News and Reviews


World Premiere Video: David Ward colors the Violet, Gold + Rose

(October 18, 2018) He’s been working the indie grind for a dozen years, but we’re just now discovering talented singer, songwriter and guitarist David Ward, via his new release, Violet, Gold + Rose, which has garnered attention around the world.

R.I.P. Dazz Band keyboardist Keith Haines

(October 18, 2018) Usually, when we hear from legendary producer, musician and Pleasure co-founder Marlon McClain, it is good news. But today this good friend of SoulTracks informed us of the sad death of Dazz Band keyboardist and vocalist Keith Haines.

First Listen: Angel Sessions moves to the front of the stage

(October 17, 2018) It seems that these days music fans are starving for the love song. The kind of song that can evoke a mood of passion. A track that can reveal a lot without revealing too much. That type of song appeared to fall out of favor in the mainstream but might be about to make a comeback. Why. Because every now and then you will want to set a scene and need to create an ambiance. There are some genres of music more suited for that than others.

World Premiere Video: Signal6 goes on for "Six Days"

(October 17, 2018) London continues to be a fertile ground for young acts who grew up on classic soul and look to carry on the tradition in their own music. And that's the case with the new band Signal6, a six piece group featuring members Phil Rose (vocals), Hugo (Guitar), Louis Cowling (Drums), Aidan Pearson (Saxophone), Dan Mulligan (Trombone) and Anthony Boatright (Bass).

R.I.P. former New Birth vocalist Gary Young

(October 16, 2018) One of the great, but unheralded groups of the 1970s was the massive outfit The New Birth, a talented band that had a full sound and talent galore. We’re sad to inform SoulTrackers today of the reported death of vocalist Gary Young, who was there at the formation of the legendary act from a series of other small groups, and who remained a vocalist in the group for several years.

First Listen: Sherree Patrice doesn't need "The Approval of Men"

(October 16, 2018) There are singers who you may not hear from often enough - but from whom wish that the new music flowed in an abundance. Sherree Patrice is one such gifted songstress. Honor and excitement hit me all at once when I received an invite to preview her long awaited single, “The Approval of Men.”  

"Songcraft" podcast celebrates 100th episode with Lamont Dozier feature

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters will launch its milestone 100th episode on October 16, 2018, featuring a wide-ranging conversation with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Lamont Dozier.

First Listen: Keith Sweat Throws a “Boomerang” To Fans

(October 14, 2018) From the outset of his breakout in the late 1980s with memorable jams like the trendsetting new-jack swinger “I Want Her” and the sultry groove of “Don’t Stop Your Love,” Keith Sweat established himself as a distinctive vocal stylist, if not the most powerful singer on the block. His run of both lovelorn ballads and carnal uptempo tracks throughout the ‘90s—from “Why Me Baby” and “Twisted” to “Make You Sweat” and “How Do You Like It”—cemented a fan base that has remained loyal through his more recent gigs as a producer and quiet-storm DJ.