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Tom Misch, fusing genres

The Londoner releases his debut album Geography, which he predominantly produced all by himself...

By Clotilde Maréchal | Video of the Day | April 16, 2018

A cloud of smooth jazz, a foam of funk, droplets of soul, a few hip-hop scratches, a velvet layer of pop and boatloads of groove. Tom Misch’s universe holds all of these features at once. With Geography, the young artist from London is releasing a hedonist album oscillating between D’Angelo style (sort of 2010s Jamiroquai) and Calvin Harris or John Mayer’s.

In case a few deaf ears have missed to clearly identify his interests, Misch inserts right in the middle of his album a small instrumental cover of Stevie Wonder’s Isn’t She Lovely… In any case, the young man already possesses his own sound, voice and style, this little something that makes him an artist to follow very closely indeed. Finally the contribution of De La Soul, GoldLink, Lloyle Carner and Poppy Ajudha to this final product is a true testament to his talent’s power of attraction.


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