Kris Angelis’ The Skies We Look To EP

One of the perks of stalking indie divas is they appreciate their fans more and tend to have the best merch, Kris Angelis is no exception. Not only is Kris an amazing singer / songwriter but when she releases a new album or EP, she promotes her albums like nobody‚Äôs business solo. Plugging the new…

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Donna De Lory’s We Shine EP

Donna De Lory, in my gay opinion, is one of those divas who can sing any style and make it sound good. Lately her go-to style is uplifting, new-age dance. That’s how she starts her new EP, We Shine, with “Diamonds In The Sun (We Shine)” but the rest of the EP branches out into…

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Babygirl’s Losers Weepers EP

In my gay opinion, Bill Gates needs to develop a dating app for album covers, isn’t he the one who creates everything for the internet? Babygirl’s Losers Weepers EP would totally get my right swipe. What’s not to love? The duo is called Babygirl, there’s a crying cheerleader all alone on the bleachers, and the…

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Twinnie’s Hollywood Gypsy Reimagined EP

I’m a total whore for autographed merch. I discovered Twinnie because she had autographed copies of her album Hollywood Gypsy on her website and that convinced me to check out her music, which I’m glad I did. I was seven months late for the party but better late than never. A month after my original…

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Babygirl’s Lovers Fevers

As mentioned in my last Alanis post, my divas haven’t been putting out new music, causing me to spend time searching for old albums and new-to-me divas. Again it’s Canadians that rescued me from the doldrums of tired tunes. Spotify recommended Toronto-based Babygirl’s 2018 Lovers Fevers EP to me a few weeks ago and I…

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Lani Renaldo

Lani Renaldo is a new-to-me diva. Over the past few years, she’s released two EP’s, cultivating her own unique sound and style. Not only that, but she performs, writes and produces it all herself. Props to anyone that has that much ability and talent. Lani’s first EP, Fake Happy, has the young-adult relationship drama of…

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Holigay 2020

This year many of my favorite performers decided that less is more when it comes to musical gift giving, there were no holiday albums (closest was a four-track EP from Tori Amos) to be had, just singles. Not a lot of music but a fair share of divas; quality over quantity, I guess. Tori Amos‘…

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Cameron Hawthorn’s Mustang

In honor of the scariest month of the year, I thought I would make this post as scary as it gets, I would review a full-on country EP. Not only a full-on country EP but a full-on country EP by a male artist. Have I finally had a break with reality? Have I given up…

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Be Steadwell

Black Lives Matter. Period. How to write a post about a cause I believe in and find a way to help? But without making it all about me, when I make everything about me, since it’s my gay opinion. The answer is through relatable music. This Friday, June 19th the website I use to discover…

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