Young, white independent musicians are finding success in making what is basically 80s and 70s black R&B. I'm not mad about it, especially when the music bangs as hard as Silk Rhodes.
After making their presence felt with the lovelorn "Pains" and equally bittersweet eponymous debut LP, the two are back with a two-track project, Heart of Grass. The lead cut is "Stuck In My Head," which reminds me of late 80s/early 90s R&B with a more minimal approach to production and maybe some ketamine for good measure. It's pretty sweet.
Sweet soul for the PBR demographic, bang this in your mom's Vista Cruiser on the way to Del Taco. Just don't forget where the soul originated.