Girl In Red’s I’m Doing It Again Baby

I’m Doing It Again Baby is Girl In Red’s new album’s statement and title. It’s a whole new sound, not only for her but for music in general. Girl In Red mixes genres and sounds, sometimes within the same song, leaving you unknowing of what you’re going to get while the lyrics are personal and…

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Griff’s Ver2igo Vol 2 EP

Back in October, Griff released her Vert1go Vol 1 EP giving me hope for future volumes and she made good on that promise, by dropping Ver2igo Vol 2 last week. This EP continues in the same vein as Vol 1, darker lyrics over an upbeat vibe. Whether Griff’s missing the person she used to be…

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Kris Angelis’ All Covered Up Vol 2

Back in 2016, Kris Angelis released her All Covered Up Vol 1 EP. It’s only three covers but I knew and loved them all. After eight years, All Covered Up Vol 2 has finally dropped. This time it’s five live and acoustic tracks and might be a sequel better than the original, in my gay…

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Elle Coves’ Selfishly Inclined

Elle Coves’ song “Before I Fall Apart” has been on my Liked Songs List for ages and I’ve been impatiently waiting for her to drop an EP or full album. My wait is finally over, Elle finally dropped her new EP, Selfishly Inclined this month. How could I not love and relate to this title?…

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Holiday Sidewinder’s The Last Resort

Be prepared to get leied because Holiday Sidewinder is taking us on an exotic getaway with her new album, The Last Resort. Holiday “can’t stand doing the same thing over and over. Always must progress” and progress is exactly what she’s done. There’s still Holiday’s pop sensibilities of Forever Or Whatever and her ethereal vocals of Face Of God but when the 70’s classic-rock…

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Paula Cole’s Lo

My calendar informed me its Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than with a new album from one of the historically best singer/songwriters of our time, Paula Cole. On her new album Lo, she takes her role of historical icon literally by revisiting her musical past on “The Replacements & Dinosaur Jr”…

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Bonner Black’s Hopeless RomANTICS

Last month I discovered new-to-me diva Bonner Black when she opened for The Unlady Like Tour show at the club Heaven Can Wait in New York City. It was a showcase of four female singer/songwriters, put together by one of my favorites, Twinnie. I liked Bonner’s sound because it was country with a little pop,…

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Madi Diaz’s Weird Faith

I was excited about Madi Diaz’s new album dropping last week, however, I became even more excited when I scored a ticket to her album release event at Rough Trade in Rockefeller Center in New York City before it sold out. The ticket was for a performance and signed CD or vinyl copy of Weird…

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Link Lauren’s Boot Cut Jeans EP

I first heard of Link Lauren when Spotify recommended his song “I Love It When Hot Guys Cry” to me. Sometimes I feel so seen by Spotify that it’s scary. I checked out Link’s other singles, and after a long wait, was excited when he finally dropped his EP, Book Cut Jeans, last month. Boot…

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