Kitten and the Hip ‘Ain’t No Other Man’

Kitten and The Hip, KATH, is at it again! This time they’ve taken a Christina Aguilera track from her Back to Basics album and transfused it with their jazzed up disco touch. Which song you ask? “Ain’t No Other Man”! A perfect tune to shake, bake, and throw in some trombone! I loved this song before the remix, but this breaks it down to a groove-swing tune that will jazz up any party.

Who is Kitten and The Hip? Have you been living under a rock? They’re a duo from the UK, whose music stays true to what burns in their core–jazz, disco, soul, and a whole lot of sexy. Check out their rendition of “Ain’t No Other Man” and show KATH some love–share, comment, and like it up!

Review written by MuzicNotez writer Julet Frazier
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Jon Pattie releases debut EP ‘The Home Inside My Head’

Jon Pattie is a pop rock artist out of Texas. He’s a long time musician who’s been playing with various bands for years now. His aspirations to take it a step further and be the front man have taken shape now with his first solo EP release. The debut EP is entitled ‘The Home Inside My Head’. It was written, recorded, mixed and mastered all by Jon.

Each track of the EP flows perfectly from one to the next, yet each song is unique to itself. The music is upbeat and meant to evoke feelings of happiness. There’s a strong acoustic background to the EP, however Jon uses various musical elements throughout to create a complexity.

“What makes this EP unique is the various styles that I implement into it. I put a variety of styles into this EP, but I keep the overall picture of it poppy. The EP is also unique because I wrote every single part, bass, guitar, vocals (lyrics and melody), drums, piano, strings, and synth. Not many artists can say the same.”, says Jon on his songwriting style.

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Luis DH new single ‘Run Away (Hometown)’

Luis DH is a well established artist out of Spain. He primarily works in the alternative pop genre combined with electronic, dance and acoustic elements. This combines to create a truly unique sound all his own. Luis has released 4 albums up to now under his own independent label, Vodka Cat (www.VodkaCat.com), and is adding the finishing touches to his 5th album now.

The first release off of the anticipated upcoming album is entitled ‘Run Away (Hometown)’ and is set to release February 23rd. The track is upbeat with a beat that makes you want to move. The inspiration behind this single is the concept of searching for a place to call home, not necessarily a physical place, but a mental state of mind. We’ve all had those feelings and that makes this a very relatable song.

You can pre-order the track now as an mp3, or there’s a limited edition 4 track vinyl release as well! Stay tuned for the upcoming album release here too.

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Sarantos new video for Valentine’s Day

Sarantos releases new music every month, his newest release is a soft rock tribute to Valentine’s day. Enjoy below!

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Jennifer Hope new single ‘Bring Me To Life’

I had a notable Evanescence phase during my years of teen angst and introspection. In the song “Bring Me To Life,” I remember being captivated by Amy Lee’s soaring vocals leaping through the landscape crafted by her brooding piano and Ben Moody’s metal-esque guitar playing. Safe to say, when I first heard Jennifer Hope’s take on this old favorite of mine, I was thoroughly delighted.

The greatest strength of this track is Jennifer’s ability to capture the dark, haunting mood of the original while allowing her own unique creativity and taste to shine through. The piano in the original is replaced with a spellbinding synth, which combined with the chugging guitar power chords and cavernous drums, creates a frighteningly beautiful atmosphere and depth to the song. Jennifer’s silky voice and crystal clear harmonies illuminate a path that slowly but confidently winds through the murky environment conjured up by the instrumentation. Jennifer Hope’s version of “Bring Me To Life” instills a sense of foreboding, but also creates a nuanced and beautiful journey for the listener.

I’m always pleased to hear an interesting new interpretation of a classic song, and after listening to Jennifer’s cover, my love for alternative gothic rock has been brought back to life. Now, I just want Jennifer Hope to bring me more great music. I’m looking forward to what she has to offer.

Review written by MuzicNotez writer Michael LaBella
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