DJ Earlino, an up and coming House & Tech House DJ. Follow @dj_earlino for more.

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Ruby Robinson is definitely the new Jazz Diva for our era. This young lady has performed on stages all over the UK, at some excellent venues, including Upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s in London, and Swing 46 Jazz and Supper Club at Times Square, New York City. She has toured around the UK as a vocalist with several Big Bands, appearing at many of the Ambassador Theatre Groups theatre venues, such as Richmond Theatre and Wimbledon Theatre. Read more here

 

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South African Tropical & Soulful House music duo Two Souls have released some music for those who enjoy the more gentle and spiritual side of House music. With pianos, strings, congos and more, the songs are perfect for weekend relaxation, evening unwinding or getting ready to go out, there is a choice for any mood. Check out their songs here and stream or download for Premium users.

Female artist Kqueenkat has new music released on the platform. You can look out for her and see much more of her via the site and across her various social media channels. Main genre is Hip Hop with some RnB and Rap, listen to her now online via the web player on desktop or on mobile.

Our new partnership with YouTube Music has enabled us to add videos of new releases and tracks to the YouTube platform, where artists can gain more exposure and monetize any music that is played via the YouTube platform. The channel will host a range of tracks from the artists on TuneSick, plus a few selected elsewhere. The main draw will be the new TuneSick Select Live TV series that will commence from the end of next month. The series will feature a host of intimate one – to -one interviews with a range of up and coming artists from all over as well as live short DJ sets from the same. Keep on the lookout and be sure to subscribe now so you don’t miss a thing, see you there!

 

Listen to Shakir Campbell from Jamaica, with more releases coming very soon. For listerners of Bashment style music, Soca and Dancehall. Listen free now or upgrade for unlimited downloads and uploads.

An interview with Ruby Robinson. Ruby Robinson is definitely the new Jazz Diva for our era. This young lady has performed on stages all over the UK, at some excellent venues, including Upstairs at Ronnie Scott’s in London, and Swing 46 Jazz and Supper Club at Times Square, New York City. She has toured around the UK as a vocalist with several Big Bands, appearing at many of the Ambassador Theatre Groups theatre venues, such as Richmond Theatre and Wimbledon Theatre. Ruby has been featured for the last three years as one of the special guest vocalists at the critically acclaimed 1940s gala Big Band Blitz (which was featured in BBCs Strictly Come Dancing). She has also devised and choreographed shows for Pontins. Ruby Robinson has fantastic stage presence, an excellent stylistic technique, a strong warm voice, and a versatile repertoire from the Great American Song Book, and some newer popular writers. Ruby Robinson is without doubt a ‘Star’ in the making.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest previews of new music being added to the platform from ally the up and coming artists all over. Artists from the States, Poland, South Africa, Nigeria and more are joining everyday and we will be interviewing them, getting close and personal with a selection of them.

The interviews will be shared on our YouTube channel from next and will be called ‘TuneSick Select Live’; so if you haven’t already, hit the subscribe button now, and join in the fun. View here

Singer songwriter performer from Jamaica. RastD has an EP out called Every Things Just Upps.
His music is about making a change in the world in a positive way and music should bring joy and happiness, fun and laughter and spreading the massage of Rastafari. More about him here

‘Wabi-Sabi’ is a traditional Japanese way of describing an aesthetic perception of the world’s beauty through its imperfection, finding sophistication in simplicity. A renown musician once pointed out that this understanding was perfectly represented by his shabby old guitar, which he still played during the creation of most of his band’s songs.

A musical patchwork of pensive joy and thoughtful sadness, impressive mature melodies, and deep lyrics accompanied by richly textured instrumentation, help Pasha Black to tell his picturesque story. His commitment to every small detail of his music enables him to take his listener’s minds to faraway places, allowing their spirits to soar.

More about Pasha and his new album – ‘The Lookalike’s Dream’ is out now available to stream here.