Snowglobe Music Festival returned to South Lake Tahoe.
And photog Cade Werner was there to shoot the wild festival.
A neo-soul, trip-hop single such as NoMBe‘s “Miss Mirage” deserves an artistic music video. Director Matthew Dillon Cohen rose to the challenge by filming a floating long take of NoMBe as a busker in a New York subway (but sans tip jar).
NoMBe returns by leaking another single off his forthcoming sophomore EP Mood Indigo. The new song, “Miss Mirage,” is an insomnia-inspired blend of neo-soul and trip-hop which has become NoMBe‘s signature, transformative style.
“Counting wolves and old sheep.”
NoMBe returns by releasing a music video for his breakout single, “California Girls,” off his forthcoming second EP Mood Indigo. Directed by Luca Repola and shot throughout L.A. (Santa Monica, Woodland Hills, Franklin Canyon, etc.), the video is a well fleshed out story of a sketchy love triangle and a chilling conclusion that oh-so-aptly coincides with the song’s transformative aura.
Based out of NoHo, Beauville is the new project spawned by singer-songwriter Josh Bovill. Armed with an acoustic guitar and a soft soul vox (à la G. Love & Special Sauce), he blends rootsy folk pop with thick digi-beats –courtesy of neo-soulster NoMBe acting as producer– for a very original and smooth fusion. Here’s his grooving debut single, “Letting In,” off his forthcoming debut EP:
Beauville will perform tomorrow (April 10th) at House of Blues Los Angeles.
Psych soul popsters Kan Wakan recently asked their favorite artists and producers to remix their debut LP Moving On. Twenty three reimagined songs later (certain tracks were selected multiple times), the meta-titled Moving On Remixed (Noisetrade) proves how the band’s diverse orchestral soundscape is ripe for creative collaboration. And for the stirring “Why Don’t You Save Me,” the (now) duo recruited neo-soulster NoMBe to give it a proper electro-pop makeover which twists the original beyond recognition:
Neo-soulster NoMBe returns by leaking the first single, “California Girls,” off his forthcoming second EP Mood Indigo. Its title might suggest a simple jovial salute to the women of his adopted state, but it wouldn’t be a NoMBe song without a deeper level of subconscious reflection mixed with trip-pop production:
“Oh, how I like the smell of West Coast pheromones.”
NoMBe returns with a music video for his trip-hop psych-soul single, “Waves,” off his debut EP Change of Hearts. Directed by Gomar, the video enhances NoMBe‘s enigma vibe as he sings as a misty, blurry silhouette flanked by two nude mannequins before spinning into kaleidoscope effects. It all just makes us more intrigued and invested in this young neo-soulster’s unique psyche:
The visionary known as NoMBe just released his debut EP Change Of Hearts –an innovative amalgamate of trip-hop and neo-soul diced with a psychedelic edge. Here’s its digi-pop title track which flows on a noirish vibe, experimental effects, and vocal support from Winslow Bright (of Sioux Lion):
NoMBe is the German-born Noah McBeth who now records at a studio in Hollywood –or what he refers to as “the middle of all the madness.” His sound likes to blurs the genres of trip-hop, indie pop, and neo-soul as his first leaked single, “Seminole,” is a steady-beat noir narrative that he talk-sings down a dope dark path: