I'm a sucker for 60s soul. Otis Redding, Smokey Robinson, Van Morrison...you name it; I love it. And when contemporary artists are willing to trade in the trappings of over-produced pop or bombastic rock machismo for the lush elegance of soul, I'm willing to give them a listen. And thankfully, Eddie Gomez
was dropped in my inbox. Channeling the modern soul of artists like Michael Kiwanuka or Anderson East, Gomez takes an old sound and breathes new life into it. We're premiering Gomez's gorgeous new track, "You Lie So Well," which takes elements of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, Otis Redding, and modern blues and turns it into something stunning and new. Gomez has officially become an artist to watch.