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01. Colours Of Love (The Layabouts (7:29)
02. Colours Of Love (The Layabouts Instrumental Mix) (7:29)
After forging a formidable collaboration on the album FUTURE RETRO with songs such as DO BETTER, TELL ME NOW BRING ME JOY, THE LAYABOUTS PORTIA
MONIQUE link up again with a brand new single for 2013. COLOURS OF LOVE is the fruits of their labour and offers us everything we have grown to love
about the partnership. The classic feel good soulful production that has now become the signature of THE LAYABOUTS mixed with the warm and sultry
tones of PORTIA MONIQUE gives COLOURS OF LOVE the right formula that will keep us warm over the Winter months ahead.
The Layabouts are anything but. 2012 marks Leigh Darlow and Alex Paschalis 10th year together and theyve never been so in form
or demand. Their cast iron reputation for quality deep soulful house house music forged with feeling and real purpose continues, impressively, to
Rhythm master Darlow and guitarist cum orchestrator Paschali first met in 2001 in home city London off the back of various projects in the same
studio space. In time, their mutual love of expressive house music would lead to cult licks Feelin Right and The Way I Feel, sizzling material for
Kenny Dope Gonzalez and hot-to-trot remixes of DJ Spinna, Da Lata, DJ Spen and Robert Owens, and Soulsearcher.
Beyond that came productions Choices, Thank You and tech-flirting gem Give Me Your Trust. The boys weighty discography had absorbed reputable house
imprints MN2S, Defected and Soulfuric; not to mention, of course, Papa Records and Reel People Music.
Managed for the past three years by boss of Papa Records and Reel People Music Oli Lazarus, The Layabouts have entered a whole new phase of
productivity and unwavering smartness elegantly summarized by 2010 compilation Deep In En5 featuring remixes of Papa and Reel People signings
Choklate, Alison David and Reel People alongside original cut Perfectly (featuring Shea Soul)- and 2011 follow-up Deep in RSA. Thats not forgetting
subsequent remixes of Tarantulaz (featuring Tiffany Loren), MdCL and Imaani (that huge Found My Light ) and now, this year, their debut artist album
Future Retro tells you everything you need to know about The Layabouts today that deep, resonating 4-4 kick is still there but a return, also, to the
vintage, New Jersey-style flow of their earliest output. Darlow and Paschalis emphatic classic-contemporary fusion informs a whole new batch of
original songs involving everyone from Reel Peoples Tony Momrelle and Imaani, and the long established Omar (fronting forthcoming single As Long As
You Believe) to seriously fresh Seattle songbird Portia Monique (voice of previous hit single Do Better).
Its a huge and massively stylish statement of intent. The Layabouts future retro vision aligns perfectly with clublands gradual, meaningful shift back
towards old-school groove. The talented pair are perfectly positioned for the next phase of their exciting musical journey; one sure to prick many
more ears and move many more feet in the months ahead.
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Portia Monique is here to present the world with a unique style of music.
This phenomenal vocalist has a commercial sound that is instantly recognizable, and a style that is a seamless fusion of Neo-Soul, R B, Pop and
Hip-Hop. Her voice is as distinctive as her look; this 6ft diva woos her listeners with unique and edgy song concepts, jazzy vocal tricks, and complex
Singing since she way 3 years old and writing songs since she was 9 years old, Portia has a knack for lyrical prose that is nothing less than
incredible. A prominent musical figure in Seattle, she built her local reputation through weekly performances at lounges and collaboration with other
local. Her first single “Radio,” which became an instant hit on Hot Jams 88.9 FM. In addition to “Radio,” Portia is currently collaborating on
her first independent “EP” album with Seattle’s hit music producer Illoquint, with bonus tracks in partnership with the Los Angeles production
duo “The Finisherz”, and Seattle’s own Kuddie Fresh.
Though Portia is still in search of a major record deal, her skills have been personally acknowledged by Hit maker Rodney "Dark Child" Jerkins, soul
singer Raheem Devaughn, mega producer's Midi Mafia, and Vanessa Brown of Showtime at the Apollo, and the founder of International Record Label
“Reel People Music” Oli Lazarus. She has worked with industry producer Kyle West (Donnell Jones, LL Cool J, Tevin Campbell), been showcased as a
Featured Artist on Houston’s “The Kitty Williams Show” (www.thekittywilliamsshow.fm), and has shared the stage with internationally known
recording artist Choklate.
Influenced by artists Floetry, Sade, and Zap Mama, this young woman has developed an eccentric yet universally appealing sound that cannot be
replicated. With plans to bring the passion of 90’s R B into today’s Pop, her signature voice, style and look, will never cease to turn heads,
perk ears, and captivate minds. The musical elite should stand poised to celebrate the captivating sound of dominant pop culture’s latest arrival,
I am here to present the world with a unique style of music... Come listen...
My interest is to bring music back to its core purpose, which is to make people feel.
In the beginning, singers weren't judged by the way they looked, shape, nor size. They were praised because of their vocal abilities. I'm
hear to bring back good music, from a real singer/songwriter... whether it's a pop track, soul, hip hop, or R B I'll make you feel it.
My interest is in good music... I stand for good music.