NEW RELEASE | Columbia Nights- In All Things

 Soul/ R&B/ Electronica  

Check out the brand new, full length debut album from the band Columbia Nights– the openly titled In All Things. On the characteristically sparse but still sharp offering, group members John E Daise, Hayling Price, and Jason “BrotherSpanky” Edwards slyly abandon most of the set-in-stone rules of radio driven R&B in order to forge their own baroque and atmospheric sound. Drifting somewhere between nu-soul, Radiohead-influenced alt-rock,  and ambient electronica, the trio of sound designers seem to set a laser like focus on texture building and setting moods– using swarming waves of synthesizers and subtle rhythms to create sweetly remote soundscapes for listeners to melt into. Standouts include the Diggs Duke assisted “Now”, with its afrobeat undertones; an intergalactic nu-jazz number entitled “Cerulean“; the bumpin nu-soul highlight “The Rhythm” (which feature beautiful vocals from a new name to me– Sarai Abdul-Malik); a smoky B. Jamelle feature called “Ever Between“; and my personal favorite, the B-3 driven future-funk joint “Coming Home” –with its point perfect turn from the singer/songwriter/producer Aaron “AB” Abernathy




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