Josh Jacobson might not be a name that is on your radar yet, but it's safe to say he's an artist to take note of. Boasting an organic future soul sound, Jacobson's style is difficult to compare to other artists. I first heard of the artist in his breathtaking rendition of Little Dragon's "Twice", which combined his smokey vocals with a bright future bass sound. It's that delectable PBR&B sound that you crave on the late lonely nights, sprawled out on your bed with a candle light dimly filling the corner of the room. That optimal cuddle tuneage that instantly warms and comforts. There's something both sensual and mystical found in the sound that Josh Jacobson crafts, catering to human artistry alongside deep emotions.
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In Josh Jacobson's latest original "Polaroid", he develops a unique fusion of electronic, soul and jazz. This quirky combination mixed with his silky vocals create something of magic in the form of sonic frequencies. The trumpet bit is the true highlight of uniqueness in the work, adding a musical innovation through stark contrasts. In "Polaroid" Josh Jacobson crafts a whimsical and poetic work, tickling emotions and impressing listeners in it's idiosyncratic downtempo structure.