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Post by Robbi on Sun Mar 06, 2011 4:57 pm

click here to listen/buy April Hill-Today

A cool soulful affair from April Hill's debut album, Love 360

Written by April Hill and Marlon Saunders.
Produced by Shawn Lucas and April Hill.
Instruments and Programming by Shawn Lucas Backing
Vocals April Hill and Marlon Saunders.
Soultempo Remixes by Jayceeindamix (Tarantismo Ent.)and Jere McAllister (J.A.M. Trax).
2Moro Mix by Owen Taylor & Matt Mckillop forDeepCitySoul Productions.
Publishing Jazzy Peach Music (ASCAP) /Jazz for the Soul of It (Sesac) / Bombay Records 2011 (SOCAN)
Executive Producers: Awaaz Bombay Records 2011 All Rights Reserved.

Atlanta, Georgia-born singer/songwriter April Hill is a fresh talent on the east coast soul scene with songs that resonate with authenticity and power. Today is the result of a collaboration with her writing/producing partner Marlon Saunders. They deliver the goods with Today, one of the standouts from Hill's debut album, Love 360. Hill's unique vocal styling reigns supreme here in this cool soulful affair on love gone wrong.

Chicago's J & J Soultempo, JayceeIndaMix and Jere McAllister, deliver a smooth groove affair with their Soultempo mix. Perfectly balanced Afro drums and warm chord arrangements define the laidback feel of the composition. The free flow energy lives on in their Late Night Dub cut with a more resounding vibe on the b-line.
DJ/Producer Jayceeindamix and the J & J Soultempo collaboration have been major contributors to the thriving Chicago house scene for the last decade. Recent releases include last year's acclaimed remixes of gospel legend Terry Moore's "In Ur Presence" and "Some Kinda Good" on Bombay. Jaycee's work has appeared on labels such as RCA, Sony, Neat Music (UK), Bombay Records, Cafe Del Mar, Hed Kandi, Stereo Sushi, and his own Soultempo Records.

The 2moro mix by masterful UK house duo DeepCitySoul is a higher energy dance cut with a brilliant shakedown that stretches the rhythmic vibe into a warm floor-sizzler with harmonious synth chords, guitar and sax licks. Birmingham-based Matt McKillop and Owen Taylor aka DeepCitySoul have received fast rising fame on the international house circuit for their distinctive productions and eclectic DJ sets. Their trademark sound is flavoured with solid house and funk rhythms, and aspects of soul and jazz. Their recent releases "Earthly Angel" on their own DeeCeeEss label and mix of Universe Project's "Where You Wanna Be" are on their way to becoming dance floor essentials, and the 2moro remix gets the full treatment from these soulful house dons.


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