Watch List: Mad Satta's Smoky Confession Will Have You Saying 'Oh Lord'
Longtime fans of Mad Satta, it has been gratifying to watch on as they have established a well regarded reputation on the music scene over the past couple of years. Led by the sultry warmth of Joanna Teters' richly seductive vocal hues, their Berklee-honed blend of jazz, soul, hip-hop and r&b has won over the New York live scene and beyond with its refreshingly funky instinct and soulful charm. Releasing the 'Comfort' album - produced by three-time Grammy-winner Prince Charles Alexander - the band won a prestigious residency at Zoo Labs in California, with the time spent there resulting in their just released 'Break Me Free' EP. Renowned for the energy and vivacity of their live show, here they showcase the ability to channel an equally absorbing confessional intimacy with the contemplative flugelhorn and tempered percussion of 'Oh Lord'. Performed for the legendary Daryl Hall's ( Hall & Oates) 'Live at Daryl's House', Teters' tender, smoky hush is infused with the perfect measure of searching emotion a she muses over confused feelings spawned from a surreptitious assignation.