Roundin’ Up The Raves: Deva Mahal, Saint Chameleon, Band Of Gold, Jack White

Snow on the ground, but in the sunshine there resides a rumor of spring. So get out there and do your thing. But first, a little music for your soul to put a skip in your stroll.

Let’s round ’em up.

Deva Mahal – Run Deep

The daughter of blues singer Taj Mahal, Deva makes her own mark with this powerful and assured debut album.

Saint Chameleon – Mockingbird

European indie folk pop with elements of Tom Waits and Django Reinhart jamming at the cabaret.

Band Of Gold – Where’s The Magic?

Sometimes sounding like Fleetwood Mac or HAIM, but other times like a mix of Luscious Jackson, Talking Heads, and art-pop Bowie.

Jack White – Boarding House Reach

Jack brings platters of soul, funk, and rap to the table this time around.

One thought on “Roundin’ Up The Raves: Deva Mahal, Saint Chameleon, Band Of Gold, Jack White

  1. Thanks for sharing the playlist! Particularly enjoyed “Snakes,” “Mockingbird,” “Well Who Am I,” and the Jack White tracks. Interesting stuff.

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