This, Throw Away Your Blues is Kyla’s sixth studio album, has her band performing to the flick of her hair, and meaningful stare they are putty at the feet of Kyla’s purity and raw talent. The band has a timing that allows the voice to shine but never harshly dominate, the music blends and shades the lyrics. Her music and life partner Danny Blomeley along with Paul Farr and herself wrote the tracks that fit her style and allows the band to explore all the contours of blues and soul. Throw Away Your Blues sings Kyla Brox her style is as smooth as midnight velvet. The husky tones of Kyla on Road Home would encourage everyone to drive straight to the front door with no deviations this is slow blues that gently massages and soothes your troubled soul. Then a change of tempo curling flute from Kyla and an up-beat dancing rhythm as she says I’m leaving you to run our home.
Throw Away Your Blues. There is no more authentic blues and soul singer than Kyla Brox. That's blues and soul, because the two forms are indistinguishable in her hands. Kyla's raw talent and purity of expression come as a welcome find in the age of the plastic diva and conveyor-belt poppet. Kyla and her music/life partner Danny Blomeley first worked together in the child slavery band of Kyla's legendary father, blues singer Victor Brox.
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Kyla Brox knows how to handle the gears. While a more callow singer might come belting out of the blocks, the Mancunian vocalist understands dynamics, letting each song percolate, raising the temperature by degrees, then giving it both barrels in the final stretch. It’s a thrilling tactic, with If You See Him building from treacle-tempo trudge to lung-flaying crescendo, and Lifting The Blues spiralling from breathy whisper to dog-whistle outro. Beyond the vocal, Brox’s songs are consistently strong
Throw Away the Blues.
Blues and soul become inextricably entwined in award-winning singer-songwriter, Kyla Brox, whose raw talent has seen her described as the finest female blues singer of her generation. Winner of the 2018 UK Blues Challenge, Kyla has the honour of representing the UK in Memphis at the 2019 International Blues Challenge, as well as the European event in the Azores.
Kyla Brox (born 3 June 1980, Stockport, Greater Manchester, England) is a blues and soul singer from a musical family. Her father is blues singer Victor Brox and her mother is Annette Brox, the 'maid by the fire' in the original Jesus Christ Superstar. Kyla traces her interest in singing to a desire to be closer to her charismatic but distant dad. Upon Victor and Annette’s divorce, Kyla was brought up by Annette and her stepfather Laurie in Didsbury, Manchester.
Listen to music from Kyla Brox like If You See Him, Top of the World & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kyla Brox. At the age of 12 her dreams turned to reality when she started performing in her father's band, The Victor Brox Blues Train. Since then, Kyla has grown to be an incredible singer, widely regarded as Britain's number one female Blues singer.
|1||If You See Him|
|2||Lifting The Blues|
|4||When We're Alone|
|7||Run Our Home|
|8||Ain't Got Time|
|9||Change Your Mind|
|10||Song For The Lonely|
|11||Lovin' Your Love|
|14||I Will Love You More|
|PIGLP05||Kyla Brox||Throw Away Your Blues (12", Album)||Pigskin Records||PIGLP05||Europe||2016|