Stealth’s “What Are You Listening To?”
Emerging electronic artist Stealth has been subtly making a name on his own and to celebrate the recent release of his single, “Gotta Stop Loving You,” he has curated a playlist of current favorites for TIDAL.
I got played this in a session recently, and it blew my mind. This is such a jam. It’s old school, it’s modern, it’s sexy. It’s everything.
“Layla,” Derek And The Dominos
A classic. The guitar riff is iconic. The story behind the song is even more legendary (written by Eric Clapton about George Harrison’s wife).
“Keep Me In The Open,” Gang Of Youths
I love the almost spoken verses and the honesty of the lyrics in this song. It’s brutal and unapologetic, yet beautiful. Also, the lead singer sounds a bit like Lou Reed in this tune, which is never a bad thing.
“All I Could Do Was Cry,” Etta James
Just listen to it.
“People Say,” Seramic
Wait for the chorus in this one. Turn it up loud and let the sound wash over you.
“Need Your Love So Bad,” Fleetwood Mac
Before Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks took Fleetwood Mac into a different league, they were one of the best blues bands in the planet fronted by Peter Green. They wrote “Black Magic Woman” and huge, huge tunes, but my favourite is this one which isn’t an original of theirs.
“Please Don’t Die,” Father John Misty
I could have chosen anything by Father John, as he’s always on rotation in my headphones, but I went with “Please Don’t Die.” The lyrics are great!
“This Feeling,” Alabama Shakes
I’m addicted to this song at the moment. Britney (the lead singer) is probably the best front person, bar Alex Turner, in world music at the moment!
“Still Trying,” Nathaniel Rateliff
Obviously having loads of success with the Night Sweats right now, but this is an amazing song that is always on in my house. It’s got so much emotion and his voice is just incredible.
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