This a notable piece of music. Not only does it suggest that history is present and correct, coursing throughout the timeline of sound, but as Brandon Markell Holmes’ smouldering voice ignites such emotional turmoil it also connects pain to loss and redemption. I guess the clue is discovered within the title, which is also acts as the name of his recent album. This version exists as an edit by members of toucan sounds assembling all the important sources of inspiration from the previous century touching upon Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, House and beyond. A life assuring production which you can’t help but fall for.
Release: October 20
Listen to the album: Brandon Markell Holmes – Museum of R&B