The Lucky 13s, ‘We Can Come Together’

Words By Joey Rochert.

On New Music Friday, there is always one song that stands out, and this week it is The Lucky 13’s and their new track, ‘We Can Come Together.’

The band from the United Kingdom manage to find a positive in the mess of the world, and they hit home with a storey about reconnecting with loved ones despite current events dragging us back. Jamie Johnso’s voice is exquisite here, and he creates a stunning impression with his impressive vocal range.

The music is equally thrilling, with the drums thumping away with conviction, the brass section proving their worth, and the bass and guitar solos leaving us itching to hit repeat.

Check it out below.

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Photo Credit: The lucky 13s.

Jennifer Porter, ‘Show Me Your Love’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Jennifer Porter, the blues and soul vocalist, can’t go wrong with her new single, ‘Show Me Your Love.’

Jennifer Porter

Compared to her critically lauded single, ‘Sun Come And Shine,’ it’s a track that takes a step back in terms of energy. However, the soundscape still has a lot of power flowing out of it that’s hard to ignore. Its ethereal flow also gives way to serenity, and Jennifer’s beautiful vocal performance contributes to the air’s calmness.

The music is just as captivating as the melody, and Jennifer delivers a fantastic keyboard performance that hooks you in right away.

You can take a listen below.


Photo Credit: Jennifer Poter.

Tito Jackson, ‘Under Your Spell’, Review

Words By Joey Rochert.

Tito Jackson continues to cast his spell on the music world, and his new album, ‘Under Your Spell,’ is no exception. His latest album, which is out now on Gulfcoast Records and Hillside Global, is an instant classic, with his excellence reaching new heights.

Tito Jackson
@ Tito Jackson.

Jackson, who doesn’t typically venture into the blues domain, demonstrates his versatility here with a path to some of the best blues-rock on the planet. It all starts with ‘Wheels Keep Turning,’ and the feel-good sentiments begin with an unforgettable flavour. Tito is the man that holds the key to the good times, and he doesn’t hold back when it comes to spreading happiness with his instantly mesmerising singing.

‘Love One Another’ is the next track to hit the airwaves, and it’s no surprise that it’s already racked up over half a million Spotify streams in a short amount of time. It’s the song we all need in our lives, and it inspires change with a thought-provoking message on the need of spreading love.

Another fan favourite is ‘Dying Over Here,’ which features Kenny Neal, fellow music great. It’s a soulful blues treasure that leaves us wanting more! It’s tough not to sway your hips to ‘Rock Me Baby’, which features Tito’s buddies George Benson and Claudette Kings, among others.

‘I Got Caught (Loving In A Dream)’ brings the album to a close, and the tracks dazzling aura is enough to put it on the list of the finest new records of 2021.


Photo Credit: Tito Jackson.

Dave Kalz, ‘Mexico’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Dave Kalz returns with a new foot-stomping delight, ‘Mexico’, from his next album, ‘Relish’, out on June 25th via Gulf Coast Records.

With this first track from the next album, Dave hits the ground running vocally. With his distinct vocal quality pounding the cheeks with persistence, he draws us in from the first second. He talks about his time in Mexico, and his story expands as he continues through the song.

Dave smashes through the six-string, and his characteristic blues-rock grooves leap out of every area of the mix, in great form with his guitar delivery. The drum is powerful, and the product’s stadium atmosphere is unbeatable.

Grab some ‘Mexico’ below.

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Photo Credit: Dave Kalz.

KAJA, ‘Polish Flowers’

Words By Max Jordan.

KAJA is as fresh as they come with ‘Polish Flowers’. The release is a testament to the upcoming starlets’ prowess, and she smashes it from the first second.

Opening the track is a bold piano arrangement that is quite the paradox of KAJA’s lead vocal, somewhat tender and sincere with a heavenly aura. Seamlessly though, the components synergise, and the foundation paves the way onward.

Vocally, KAJA is compelling, and she reveals a reflective narrative about life in her mother, Poland. Also, she does not hold back, and her performance leaves an impression that pulls us back in time and time again.

You can check out ‘Polish Flowers’ by KAJA below.


Photo Credit: KAJA.

Jennifer Porter, ‘Sun Come And Shine’

Words By Max Jordan.

Jennifer Porter captivates with her new delivery, ‘Sun Come And Shine’.

The delivery is instantly empowering with a soundscape that is unlike another in the current space. Vocally, Jennifer is on flying form, and she smashes through her performance with vitality.

Fusing many sounds into one, Jennifer creates a hybrid of blues and soul, and she takes a giant leap forward, leaving us itching to hit replay once it comes to its closing second.

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Photo Credit: Jennifer Porter.