The Los Angeles trio, Lo Moon recently released their self-titled debut album back in February, just before making their television debut on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Their new 10-s0ng release kicks off with the mellow, atmospheric tone of "This Is It," before hitting the song's energetic chorus. The album continues with the click-shuffle rhythm of "Loveless" and the relaxed, sonic beats of "Thorns" that will turn you into an instant fan of Lo Moon. The latest single from the album is the magical R&B sound of "My Money," which leads into the soulful pop of "Real Love." Lo Moon wrap up their new album with electronic beats of "Wonderful Life" and the steady build-up of "All In." To find out more about Lo Moon and their self-titled debut album, please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/lomoon.
From Chicago, comes the latest release from the blues/soul band The Claudettes titled "Dance Scandal At The Gymnasium!" The album as produced by Grammy-winner Mark Neil and the first to also feature the band's entire touring line-up. The new 12-song release begins with the swinging blues of "Don't Stay With Me" as you are instantly drawn in by the sweet, soulful vocals of Berit Ulseth. They incorporate a 60's R&B vibe in the groove of "Give It Up For Good" and the nostalgic jazzy vibe of "Naked On The Internet." The band shines beautifully on the sensual ballad "Pull Closer To Me" as you can easily get wrapped up in the song's loving lyrics. They pick the tempo back up with the swinging jazz appeal of "Bill Played Saxophone" and the alternative pop/rock of "Total Misfit," before closing their new album with the pounding piano rhythm of "Utterly Absurd." To find out more about The Claudettes and their latest release "Dance Scandal At The Gymnasium!," please visit theclaudettes.com.