This week our recommendation for mid week live music fix is a very special night of live soul, r&b & future beats at PLAY BAR which is presented by our good friends at STILL I RISE COLLECTIVE.
Performing live will be local soul singer SARSHA SIMONE with DJ support from DJ TREY.
What: Live Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Future Beats:
When: Thurs Sept 17 2015. 7pm – 12
Who: Sarsha Simone (Live) + DJ Trey
Where: Play Bar (72 Campbell St Surry Hills)
Tix: $10 Entry
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Blessed with a unique vocal tone that has the ability to cut through the cold and embed itself in the listener’s soul, Sarsha Simone is an exciting artist who is bringing a fresh and yet timeless take on music. The striking chantueuse’s most recent collaboration with French producer’s 20syl & Moar on “Gonna Do Me (20syl Remix)” has had close to 300,000 plays on SoundCloud since it’s release a few months ago. Sarsha has also been featured on Acclaim Magazine, Earmilk, BLACK Magazine, Grazia Italy, Hypetrak and more thanks to her soulful vocals and striking looks. Her solo single “Let’s Dance”, (prod. Marley Cassette) debuted on The Edge 96.1 last month, before being selected by Apple Music for an exclusive position on their The A-List: R&B playlist highlighting the hottest R&B of the moment. The most exciting part of all this is that it is just the beginning for Sarsha Simone as she gets ready to deliver her Vaughan meets West style and sound to the world.
One of our favorite local singers, SARSHA SIMONE (of DOJO CUTS) drops her new single ‘Lets Dance’ last week and we are seriously feeling the new sound.
“Let’s Dance”, the debut solo single from the intriguing Australian singer Sarsha Simone was officially released to digital last week, “Let’s Dance” has been creating buzz since,
Reaching #82 on the Australian iTunes R&B chart after it’s release over the weekend, “Let’s Dance” is one track you won’t want to sleep on as it walks the line between the edginess of electronic styles and the warmth of R&B.
The closest artist comparison would have to be the urban swank styling of Jidenna crossed with electronic favourites Disclosure. Lyrically, “Let’s Dance” contemplates the freedom and happiness people are always looking to outside sources for, when in reality the answer is within them
Check out more from one of Sydney’s finest:
New single “Let’s Dance” by @sarshasimonemusic (prod. @marleycassette)
Released through @still-i-rise-collective
IHeart Radio: bit.ly/SSLetsDanceiHeart