6 Songs, 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fries and milkshakes, kimchi and Spam, LeBron and the post-season—some things just go together. Add Shagabond & Noah to this list. Everything, All At Once establishes the Toronto producer and LA singer-songwriter as a beats-and-soul tandem on the rise. Shagabond uses electronics-heavy R&B to keep the mood dark and sexy, while Noah swoops in with a seductive voice that’s reminiscent of SZA's and Baby Bash's. Song titles serve as chapters and offer a clue to their contents: “Helium” is uplifting and intoxicating, like a more streetwise Disclosure. “Genuine” and “Stars” deal with mixed signals and catching shade, respectively. And keep a safe word handy for “Arouse” and “Steam,” which are all about that hot boudoir action.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Fries and milkshakes, kimchi and Spam, LeBron and the post-season—some things just go together. Add Shagabond & Noah to this list. Everything, All At Once establishes the Toronto producer and LA singer-songwriter as a beats-and-soul tandem on the rise. Shagabond uses electronics-heavy R&B to keep the mood dark and sexy, while Noah swoops in with a seductive voice that’s reminiscent of SZA's and Baby Bash's. Song titles serve as chapters and offer a clue to their contents: “Helium” is uplifting and intoxicating, like a more streetwise Disclosure. “Genuine” and “Stars” deal with mixed signals and catching shade, respectively. And keep a safe word handy for “Arouse” and “Steam,” which are all about that hot boudoir action.

TITLE TIME

More By Shagabond