Rhythm and Blues (Music subgenre)
Rhythm and Blues is a music genre of Afro-american pop music that emerged in the 1940s and combines elements of gospel and jazz with a steady beat.
Rhythm and Blues in Reviews
Music Review | posted 25.04.2014
Kelis
Food
Well dished up: »Food« is Kelis’ sixth record – produced by Dave Sitek and released through Ninja Tunes. It’s tasty. Promise.
Music Review | posted 01.10.2013
Janelle Monáe
The Electric Lady
Can it be anything but love when Janelle Monáe releases a new record? In the case of the singer from Kansas, who skillfully combines pop and R’n’B, it sure can’t.
Music Review | posted 02.10.2012
How To Dress Well
Total Loss
On his second studio album, Tom Krell a.k.a. How To Dress Well is combining lyrical clarity, musical vagueness and a new awareness for arrangements – successfully so.
Music Review | posted 22.05.2012
Nick Waterhouse
Time's All Gone
This 26-year-old schmuck from California comes along and records a terrifically strong album, which could’ve been perfect in the 1950s, but is even better today.
Recent Articles
Music Review | posted 20.09.2021
Jan Jelinek
The Raw And The Cooked
With »The Raw And The Cooked«, Jan Jelinek has cooked up a nice soup for us. His work, originally composed for SWR, is now available on vinyl record. Delicious!
Music News | posted 17.09.2021
Ross From Friends
Green Vinyl Edition: »Tread«
On November 5, 2021, the new album »Tread« by Ross From Friends will be released on Brainfeeder. Exclusively on HHV Records, there will be a limited green vinyl edition.
Music News | posted 06.09.2021
Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters
Exclusive Edition: »Destiny Waiving«
»Destiny Waiving«, the third collaboration between Ulrich Schnauss and Mark Peters, is scheduled for release on Bureau B on September 24. Exclusively on HHV Records the record will be available in a limited colored vinyl edition.
Music Interview | posted 21.09.2021
José González
Taste Is Like Your Bum
In 2003, Jose Gonzalez covered the song “Heartbeat” by The Knife and instantly catapulted himself into the hearts and study rooms of so many. Now he has a new album, »Local Valley«, released. We had the opportunity to interview him.
Music Column | posted 23.09.2021
Records Revisited
Primal Scream – Screamadelica (1991)
1991 – what a year for rock music. The albums by Nirvana, Soundgarden and Red Hot Chili Peppers released September 24, 1991 made rock become popular again. But »Screamadelica« by Primal Scream changed the whole genre.