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Naples born, but London based singer-songwriter Leo Pesci returns with a new EP, Community, blacked by London Jazz heavyweights Johnny Woodham (Alfa Mist) and Dani Diodato (Pyjæn, Arlo Parks). With echoes of the like of D’Angelo, Jordan Rakei and the RH Factor, we’re delighted to be able to premiere the EP right here on Backseat Mafia this morning. …

Backseat Mafia is excited to premiere the latest, dreamy drop from Brisbane’s Juniper Stone, who officially unveils newest single Moonchild this Friday 26 November. The track is truly a sonic flow of lo-fi indie that wraps itself around you like a cosy blanket on a rainy day, if that blanket was also woven with delicate …

Since debuting in 2020, shimmering, modern soul vocalist Hannah Sands has experienced a whirlwind couple of years, sharing her emotive, jazz-infused sounds and eloquent, story-driven songwriting through numerous releases. The Brisbane singer now makes a beautiful return with newest single La La Land. Continuing on a soulful sonic exploration, Hannah unveils La La Land as …

We’ve all been waiting for a new Hiatus Kaiyote album to drop. Well, at least those who saw them perform whilst they were on the road to jazz fame at the Love Supreme Festival of 2016 . The band , fronted by Singer-Guitarist Nai Palm brings a fresh new and wonderfully mature sound to it’s …

What’s Joey Janela doing creating music instead of wrestling? Though they look quite similar (it’s the shades they both wear on this occasion), you are actually watching Joel Wästberg’s latest effort. sir Was (the “s” is in lower case deliberately) has released the video for “Deployed”, the lead single from his forthcoming album Holding On …

Out right now is ‘Something My Heart Trusts’, the new single from Yasmin Lacey, and the follow up to her recent single 90 Degrees. She’s one of the outstanding voices in British Jazz right now, and has received strong support from the likes of Gilles Peterson, Jamz Supernova, Tom Ravenscroft, Huey Morgan and Jamie Cullum, …

Seems a bit of a cheek to have this, the new track from 23 year old Los Angeles singer Lauren Desberg, given that it was written by George Gershwin for his 1927 musical ‘Funny Face’. A Graduate of Berklee where she won the ASCAP Foundation’s Leiber and Stoller Music Award, Lauren Desberg has been gaining …