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Nite Jewel


Over the past few years, LA' s Nite Jewel has honed its pop-funk craft across releases from Italians Do It Better, Mexican Summer and LA's own Gloriette Records. In that time, Ramona Gonzalez's airy but often distant voice has found new gravitas and charisma. Meanwhile, the synth lines have gotten more agile and the bass pops tighter and tighter. The stuttered 80s synth R&B melodies unfold into one another here in ways both giddy and deceivingly nonchalant. This maturation and evolution will all come to a head in early 2012 when Secretly Canadian will release Nite Jewel's proper full-length follow up to her brilliant 2008 LP, Good Evening.

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Nite Jewel Featured on New Droop-E Track – “N the Traffic”

Welcome to Tuesday. Nite Jewel recently joined forces with Droop-E, a rapper and producer out of the Bay Area. What we have now is the new track “N the Traffic,” from Droop-E’s forthcoming EP Hungry and Humble (details at Pitchfork). Listen to the song above! “…all shimmering, spring water-clear chords and cavernous wobble. It’s both… Read more »

WEEKEND VIBES // New Video for Nite Jewel’s “Weak For Me”

Here’s a new video for Nite Jewel’s “Weak for Me”, found first at VICE’s Noisey! Directed by Jose Wolff (“Clive”), the video features a dancing Ramona and lots of geometric shapes. “Weak For Me” is off Ramona’s Good Evening, which we just rereleased earlier this week. You will find Good Evening Expanded Reissue at SC… Read more »