In each episode we interview an artist we love and support and feel they have story that needs to be told. This series will provide advice and inspiration for those coming up in the music game as well as reasons to fall in love with every act we feature.
Episode 2 features singer songwrite Louise Golbey sitting down fpr a chat with Ash Remedy to talk Gigging, Music Videos, Sacrifice, 2 stages in one venue and so much more.
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To find out more about Louise Golbey go to her website
Louise Golbey was invited to perform at South London’s aptly named jazz venue Hideaway and here is a visual captured on the night. What is clear is just how much control Louise has over her vocal to give a flawless performance with emotion and character. Lousie is on one of the hardest workers in the game and consistently delivers. If you don’t know get to know class act!
Easily one of my favourite cuts from Louise Golbey’s “Novel”. Just like the title of the song it is a very “Comfortable” track. The vocal, keys and beat just put you at ease and into relax mode. The video is very cute and lovely perfectly depicting the relationship described in the tune. Quality work from Louise but really should we expect anything less?
Catch her opening for EnVouge on Tuesday and if you haven’t already check out the album here.
Another strong visual offering from Louise Golbey. Taken from her album “Novel” this is one of the stand out tracks, and its not just because of the Omar feature (as good as he sounds). The song has a strong concept that i’m sure many of us experience at one point or another that of being an outsider. The video does a great job of capturing the concept as well as Louise doing quite stunning job on choreography for the video.
Superb effort if you haven’t already do check out the Album “Novel” here.
A lovely number from Louise Golbey dedicated to her grandmother. The video is a compilation of pictures sent in from different friends and fans of their own grandparents. There is a wonderful sentiment to it matched by the soft sweet tone of Louise’s vocals and the production of the track. Lovely.
Nice classy good ol fashioned UK soul music and ain’t nothing wrong with that. Harlano keeps it real simple with the lead track from his new album “Harlano 2: Love-Soul-Music”. Built around a mean smooth baseline this tune is real nice. Pulling in Elisha laverne and Louise Golbey on guest vocals adds another layer to the track and puts the icing on the cake, although why he didn’t put a serious horn line on there I have no idea??? Great tune serious head bopper!
First official video to drop from Music is Remedy favourite Louise Golbey’s album “Novel” and it’s a simple polished affair with moments of sublime quality (harmonies throughout are awesome). “Little Bird” tells the tale of having to let love go and the video tells the tale in a lovely mellow manner reminiscent of the track itself. A quality soulful ballad.
A review of the album is to come but don’t wait for my verdict get your hands on it here.
Louise Golbey prepares for the launch of her new album “Novel”. The album mix and mastered by Mercury Music Prize winner Drew Horley this promises to be a bag full of goodness with features from the brilliant Omar amongst others. She’ll be performing a full set with tracks from the new album plus some material you may recognise at the Hippodrome’s live lounge on the night. For guest list entry get in touch.
The Live Lounge at The Hippodrome Casino, Leicester Square, WC2H 7J
£5 guest list details here
Louise Golbey drops another video from her “Lots To Give” EP. As with anything Louise puts out its full of quality. The visuals are excellent (artists take note quality is important!) with Louise looking stunning. Not my favourite track off of the EP but a gem nonetheless!
If you haven’t already pick up the “Lots To Give” EP here now!
Yesterday Louise Golbey dropped her latest EP “Lots to Give” and it is a beaut! 5 slices of quality UK soul music filled with wonderful arrangements and instrumentation whilst Louise’s signature voice ties it all together. Track one “Comfortable” sets the tone for the rest of the EP. Soft sweet keys with luscious chord progressions a baseline with a mean groove and Louise’s sweet and solid harmonies running over the top. Her voice has so much quality and she knows how to use it to the fullest. The single which we featured earlier in the year “Somethings Got To Give” is probably the other stand out track with full on percussion and flutes adding to the aforementioned elements producing a track that takes you back to the acid jazz sounds of the 90s… love dat!
Having rounded off 2013 with support spots for legends The Stylistics and Omar this EP continues to solidify Louise’s status as one of the country’s finest soul singers. EP is just £3.49 on iTunes if you love soul music its money very well spent go enjoy it here!