Jessie Ware: Adore You

Mellow and a little haunting, Jessie Ware‘s new song “Adore You” (co-written and produced by Metronomy’s Joseph Mount) is a sublime return to the London-based singer/songwriter’s electronic roots. The house-pop track is airy and delicate, and Ware’s vocals are perfectly pared back to match. Part ballad, part disco tune, this is a one-off release at the moment, with no LP announced from Ware since her …

Jessie Ware: Midnight

From her upcoming third album, Jessie Ware’s “Midnight” is a beautifully crafted song. Ware’s vocals are (as usual) powerful yet vulnerable, and the track builds with just the right amount of drama. Similarly to her 2012 song “Wildest Moments,” the lyrics outline both the fear and magic that oftentimes come with intense love. Out later this year, Ware’s new record doesn’t have a name yet, …

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Farewell to B.B. King, J*Davey's new album and Jessie Ware's beautiful cover of a pop hit in this week's music

B.B. King: Guess Who (Live at Sing Sing Prison 1972) The legendary B.B. King passed away yesterday and his heart-rending blues will be truly missed. Regarded as one of the world’s most significant guitarists, King leaves a career that spanned decades: beginning to record professionally in 1949 at 24 years old and continuing to tour extensively in his 70s. On Thanksgiving in 1972, King visited …