Private Space | Durand Jones & The Indications


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Private Space

Their second album American Love Call was released in March 2019, followed by Private Space in July 2021. -Wikipedia

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  • The Guardian

    The US retro-soul outfit expand into funk and disco, facing society’s hurt head on with songs of love and hope.  

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  • NME

    Indiana's finest have expanded their sound and delivered another cut of totally transporting, expertly crafted R&B and velvety, progressive soul.  

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  • Spill Magazine

    This album is a fantastic listen; I guarantee you will be hearing more from Durand Jones & The Indications. Keep your eyes peeled for their upcoming video for “Make a Change,” and for my upcoming interview with this insightful and gifted artist.  

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  • Clash Magazine

    Dancing with disco beats, synthesisers, velveteen vocals and funk grooves, they toy with what it is to be retro-inspired whilst driving a genre forward.  

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  • Hotpress

    The aforementioned ‘I Can See’ promises “a brighter day” and the groovy as all get out Private Space provides the perfect soundtrack for it. 

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  • Read Junk

    What I love about Durand Jones & The Indications and other retro soul bands is that they sound like they are from the 60s and 70s. The soul revival is real, baby! Thankfully for us, the band is just getting going with their third full-length. Gives me a chance to see them live, and watch what the band does in the future. If they continue what they have done for their first 3 albums, I can’t wait to see what they come up with next!  

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  • The Fire Note

    Durand Jones & The Indications represent an old sound but with the hopeful message and modern grooves found on Private Space, they once again prove the group is at the top of their game and their contemporaries.  

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  • Treblezine

    Private Space displays how the band got caught up in lockdown like everyone else. They relied on the power of music and how it can travel through time. At just the right time. 

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  • AllMusic

    They've got this stuff down. On to the psychedelic phase, right?  

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