Jammerzine has exclusive interviews with Jane N’ The Jungle, Branjae, Circle The Earth, and Simha. Also premieres and new music from Josie Cotton and Kevin Preston, Saadin Dassum, Summy, Pan Amsterdam and Damu the Fudgemunk, and Ina Forsman.
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About Jane N’ The Jungle
Jane N’ The Jungle release their new single titled ‘Dirty Dog’. But wait, there’s more! We also have an exclusive interview with Jordan White and Brian Dellis from Jane N’ The Jungle. We get into a detailed and must hear meaning and background story about the new single as well as some of the things that make Jane N’ The Jungle tick, click, and survive as well as what is around the corner.
Jammerzine has an exclusive interview with the multi-talent known as Branjae. Currently in the midst of her Debut Tour, her music is at that stage where it goes from defining itself to evolving as a brand. Yes, I said it here. Branjae is an artist whose music will outlive the musician. She is one of those artists that ‘gets it’.
And, in this interview, I talk with Branjae about her current plans and endeavors as well as where, in her soul, does her music come from and what inspires her.
About Circle The Earth
Circle The Earth has today released their new single and video for ‘Sweetest Pain’. A beautiful and lush prog-pop=rock opus that not only fits all of those genres and more it compliments each and every one of the. Effortlessly. To make a band of this magnitude, you have to fill it with mega-talent. Each person must be a superstar on their respective instrument. And that is what Circle The Earth is. It is a supergroup.
Jammerzine has an exclusive interview with the rising artist known as Simha. We get to talk with Simha about his music, in particular, his new EP titled ‘After So Long // बरसों बाद’. A truly cathartic and introverted look into the self and the world around us done in such a way as only an original artist can do.
We talk with Simha about ‘After So Long // बरसों बाद’ as well as that special journey that all artists go through. That magic moment when the music is becoming defined and the artist is becoming refined.
About Josie Cotton and Kevin Preston
Josie Cotton and Kevin Preston have released their new video for the track titled ‘The Ballad of Elvis Presley’.
As if brought back to a simpler time à la 1955, Josie and Kevin bring a timeless homage to the king of Rock N’ Roll with a starry eyed western croon with rockabilly roots and a fistful of dollars adding grandiose tributes to the guitar of Duane Eddy and the croon of Ray Price. The best music, looking forward, is that type the looks forward while giving a nod to the past. This is what music will be again, thanks to artists like Josie and Kevin.
Check out our other features with Josie Cotton HERE.
Check out our other features with Kevin Preston HERE.
About Saadin Dassum
Saadin Dassum has released his new video for the track titled ‘Tomorrow’. Saadin is a hard artist to pin to a genre. His songs seem to come from wherever in that private place that true musicians filter their inspiration through to churn out original content. I hear pieces of Joe Jackson and other avant garde pop and music icons but it presents itself as an original piece. That is the mark of a true artist.
Summy has premiered her new video for the track titled ‘Said It After’. A song and video meant to hit you subtly in the feels, the song captures that subtle inflection of angelic emotion and soul that Summy simply has a knack for. Her voice is beautiful. Match that with a hook and you have a soundtrack to that special moment you may share or keep to your self.
Take this song on a trip with you. Either on the road or that journey in your mind with the lights dim or the eyes closed. Let it sink in to your heart. Clinch your eyes with emotion when you hear that vocal line that soars. You can’t miss it.
About Pan Amsterdam and Damu the Fudgemunk
Pan Amsterdam and Damu the Fudgemunk have released the new album titled ‘Eat’. Freeform by default and suave smothered in cool, we now have that main course after the appetizer that was ‘Rigatoni’.
We feel each beat, every rhythm, every slap to the jugular. With food as a constant resource, both in life and inspiration, it’s only fitting that be the case with this album from a versatile trumpeter, artist, producer. Sometimes humorous, sometimes informative, the concept is so original that it lucidly fits.
The music is a beat factory full of digital delicacies fit for your ‘egg foo yung fuckery’. Ok, I will admit, thats a line from the album, but, I had to steal it. The album is filled with memorable one liners and more.
Take that for what you will, ‘Eat’ will stay with you long after you consume it. And, you wont’ blow up the bathroom.
About Ina Forsman
Ina Forsman has released her new album titled ‘All There Is’ via Jazzhaus Records. Retro sounding club jazz with a modern pop twist, ‘All There Is’ proves to be a fun album. One of those jewels found in a record store. With hints of Motown and vintage soul, Ina proves that the heart of music is alive, well, and beating to the drum of the independent musician.
Ina has two very solid things going for her. Her weathered and powerful voice and her songwriting. She is steeped in musical history, though not enough to be anything but original. Because she made a spectacular album. An album that should be on vinyl (hint, hint).
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