Posted on: September 3, 2018 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0
NYA’s Southland EP begins with Shallow. The vocal-heavy track calls back to the jazz tradition of the 1920s and 1930s, with a bass and a bit of guitars filling in the gaps for NYA. Hints of Angie Stone and Corinne Bailey Rae can be heard here. Hollywood Hills is an ambient / EDM-tinged track that adds a good amount of distortion to blur the distinction between vocals and instrumentation. The Southland EP concludes with For Your Love, a single that has a bit of a classic R&B / swing sound present. It’s NYA’s strong vocals that allow the EP to conclude in a strong of a way as it began.

We covered Let Go and Mania back in 2017.
NYA – Southland EP

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