Jack Tyson Charles – Glory EP
Jack Tyson Charles is a hugely dynamic musical force. Whether you’ve heard him on Lack of Afro’s hugely successful 2014 album, Music for Adverts or his EPs, Restoration & Best Friend you’re sure to have noticed the raw and individual quality of his voice.
2019 sees Jack continue to add more grooves to his music, Glory is his second release in collaboration with multi-instrumentalist & producer Danny Kane, firmly cementing a new direction for this talented singer.
Glory is a slick, Rhodes-laden chunk of modern boogie that wraps Jack’s superb vocal around mazy synth solos, plucked strings, dreamy chords and sharp, Chic-style guitars. Classic co-founder Luke Solomon delivers two tidy reworks, complimenting a bustling, string-laden house Remix with a bouncy, glassy-eyed Dub rich in sweeping strings and heady synth stabs. Arguably best of all, though, is Bonar Bradberry’s stripped back proto-house style rework.