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    A Newcomer with an Old Soul

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 14/05/2017

    » On his new EP, the up-and-coming New York-based singer-songwriter delivers downcast electronic soul ditties about retreating inside oneself.

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    Hey, soul sister

    Guru, Jarupat Buranastidporn, Published on 20/01/2017

    » When Lezlie Harrison sings, she captures the attention of the whole room. We've had the pleasure of listening in on one of the nights she was performing and we fell head over heels with her sound and bubbly personality. Hailing from New York, she has returned to our beloved city and graced us with her original take on jazz, blues and soul music at The Living Room. Guru chats to her as she lets us in on her favourite artists, what she thinks about the jazz bars in Bangkok and a few of the non-touristy must-do's if we ever find ourselves in the Big Apple.

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    The Soul of a Man

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 31/07/2016

    » The British soul revivalist serves up a stirring new album after a four-year break.

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    Exploring the Russian soul

    Life, Published on 01/06/2017

    » A thoroughly Russian evening of musical passion was well received by appreciative patrons at the Thailand Cultural Centre on May 21, as the Royal Bangkok Symphony Orchestra once again richly benefited from the inspiring presence of high-flying international talent. Both still young but established in their fields, conductor Yuri Medianik and pianist Andrey Gugnin performed with such phenomenal bravura that this event will be remembered as a standout concert in this year's Bangkok calendar.

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    Soul chef

    Muse, Parisa Pichitmarn, Published on 27/05/2017

    » Frank Sinatra's New York, New York comprehensively captures why Hong Thaimee first decided to chase her dreams in the Big Apple 10 years ago. "You know that song right, how it says if you can make it there you can make it anywhere," the New York-based chef and founder of Ngam Restaurant in East Village explains. "It's a city where all the best of the world is at, including food."

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    Pure soul, glorious nostalgia

    Life, Pimchanok Phungbun Na Ayudhya, Published on 20/08/2015

    » A couple of decades can pass in the blink of an eye when you realise the hits you've been religiously listening to on your Walkman are already 20-years-old. Boyz II Men were a staple on my cassette player. These days, I can still spontaneously sing along when I'll Make Love To You, On Bended Knees, End Of The Road and my personal favourite, 4 Seasons Of Loneliness, come up. And finally, my favourite R&B group of all time was staging their first live performance in town. It was just… not to be missed."Boyz II Men Live In Bangkok" on Sunday night at BITEC was a reunion of 90s kids who grew up bumpin' 'n' grindin' to old-school R&B. The performance took off right on time with opening acts by home-grown talents Apiwat "Nueng" Pongwat of Etc, Sarocha "Suay" Senarat and Weerasak "Gope" Klueakan from The Voice and Thanasit "Ton" Chaturapush from Academy Fantasia who put a soul spin on the start of proceedings. Weerasak did an amazing job by hitting every note of Sam Smith's Lay Me Down. In a shocking surprise, the screens abruptly showed Rangsan Panyaruan, aka Songkran The Voice, when the audience expected to see the R&B legends right after the warm-up. The moodkiller was just played unforgivably at the wrong time.

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    A soul stirring

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 17/08/2014

    » Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini is fully embracing the sound of vintage soul on his third studio album, but it's still his voice that sets him apart

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    New Face, Old Soul

    Brunch, Published on 12/10/2014

    » Irish singer-songwriter Hozier's eponymous debut album proves he's a worthy addition to the contemporary blue-eyed soul

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    Keeping the Soul Alive

    Brunch, Published on 04/12/2016

    » For most people, the name Jim James has always been associated with American southern rock outfit My Morning Jacket, the band he's been fronting over the last two decades with seven albums worth of discography. But those who follow the band more closely will know that James always had a solo career brewing inside of him as evidenced by his 2009 Tribute To EP, a six-track collection of George Harrison covers released under Yim Yames. The said EP was a precursor to his full-length solo debut, 2013's Regions of Light and Sound of God, and its follow-up, Eternally Even.

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    Colourful journey into Thailand's soul

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 20/01/2017

    » The train clangs ahead, moving people and dreams, as it has done since 1893. In Railway Sleepers, a minutely observed film shot entirely on-board a Thai train, we see kids on school trips, young men travelling north and south, hawkers selling food and horoscope books, families and lovers, vacationers who turn the sleeping car into a party venue. They're passengers, and they're also humans. They are, as director Sompot Chidgasornpongse says, a collection of faces that make up a portrait of Thailand.

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