I wouldn’t expect many on this site to be looking forward to the new release by Katie Melua, but I gave it a listen out of curiosity because I’d seen it get some good reviews and I only knew her by name (don’t recognise any of her ‘hits’ having scanned her most played on Spotify). It’s actually pretty good, if you happen to enjoy a spot of well produced, honey-voiced MOR.
Natalie Schlabs’ album is also going to appeal to those who want something easy on the ear; ffo Kacey Musgraves & Bruce Springsteen.
South African jazz ensemble’s improvised soundtrack to a 2017 documentary about the 1976 Soweto Uprising:
Some passable indie rock, Sharon van Etten guesting on one track.
Alt-country husband and wife duo EP, nice harmonies:
Beninese jazz guitarist with an album of solo acoustic covers of Herbie Hancock works.
Folky Bluegrass from Grammy winning and occasional Steve Martin collaborators:
Afro-Brazilian jazz/soul singer: