New Music Sunday: May 30th 2021

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Baker Grace’s angelic voice and vulnerable lyrics work together so well. Her shimmery, pop songs always have this sensitive underlying introspective current. On her new EP she says, “I’ve been missing that part of me that I had when I was a little kid, where you just enjoy and appreciate every little moment. I want to put that into my …

New Nine Tracks May 16th 2020

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St. Vincent is truly an icon, this new album is peak sleazy, it’s different, it has those quirks that she does so well. It’s also incredibly personal, and vulnerable underneath those stellar musical changes and intricate production. She just keeps delivering. I could talk about Charlotte OC’s voice for ages, it’s so perfectly smoky, and her honest lyrics always hit …

New Music Sunday: November 15th 2020

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We’re beyond obsessed with this EP, Ginesse is definitely an artist you need to pay attention to, we’ve been looping “White Denim” all weekend. She says, “LA can be a lonely place. The EP is about the people who have stuck around though it all and helped changed my point of view of my life experiences. These people saved my …

Don’t Shink Yourself: An Interview With MINOE

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MINOE’s sound blends modern with nostalgia in the most perfect way. You can feel the wide range of inspiration through her mellifluous voice and that sense of vulnerability that permeates through her songs. MINOE is an essential worker, taking care of animals, and has been working through the pandemic, but she finds calm within the crazy and inspiration in her …

RUUMER Is The Sister Pop Duo To Watch

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RUUMER, the dynamic sister duo with sparkling pop sounds is just off the release of their song “Gimme Some” and they’re definitely not stopping. I talked to them about Catholic school, staying motivated, and what’s coming next. So, how did you get started? Melis: We’ve been singing and acting since we were both 3 years old. We’re sister which some …