Sargeant X Comrade are working hard to get their project out and have been feeding us with singles off the album. Take Me Higher (Who Let The Devil In) is a new take on an old blues/gospel style. This song, ‘Take Me Higher (Who Let The devil In?)’, is the 3rd single off of the Sargeant X Comrade album “Magic Radio” due to be released at the end of June on Black Buffalo Records.

You never know quite what’s around the next corner or the next chord change when you take a sonic trip with Sargeant & Comrade. Yolanda Sargeant’s rich, smoky vocals – playful or melancholy, joyful or pensive – come in over top of a fresh and unexpected mixture of elements in each song. Sometimes it’s ‘40s swing piano riffs tinkling over a languid hip hop beat. Sometimes it’s haunting flamenco guitar mixed with reggae styles blended with soulful trip hop. Always, it’s distinctive and fascinating. Always, you can bet on it to draw you in.

This duo have been creating their unique music melange for a number of years, and it shows in the polish of their delivery and the confidence of their risk-taking. Sargeant’s vocal style infuses inspirations like Billie Holiday, Nina Simone and Erykah Badu into a style entirely her own. It comes together with the sonic architecture of producer Evgeniy a.k.a. Comrade to form a sound that is exciting and challenging, featuring unexpected and captivating juxtapositions of elements and genres.

There is more to Sargeant X Comrade so go stream their song on Spotify, Bandcamp and Soundcloud. They are on Facebook and Instagram so you can talk to them direct.

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