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Shanika Maria - New Instrospective Video From Singer-Songwriter "Mouth Eaters"

Shanika Maria is a singer-songwriter from Hamilton. Her latest album “Subtle Uncertainties” is available now across all platforms and features the single “Mouth Eaters”. This tune has a unique pop beat to it with various synth noises spread across the soundscape. The video is very abstract and might take a few spins to understand the hidden meanings behind the imagery. On this new album Shanika seeks to “blur the lines and refuses to put her music in a box”. So step outside of your norm and let Shanika Maria guide you along a more introspective path. – Kris Gies

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Josefina "Wake Up Call"

Singer/Songwriter Josefina released a new single called “Wake Up Call” earlier this month. This is the first new music we’ve had from her in over a year following up her 2018 LP, Starry Dome.

Originally from Buenos Aires, Josefina continues blend Alt-Country or Americana with Folk and hints of vintage ’60’s and ’70’s Pop.

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Alycia Lang’s new single The Only One

Alycia Lang’s new single “The Only One” was just released off her upcoming album Makeshift out May 17. After her previous work with bands Waterstrider and Trails and Ways, Lang decided to work on her solo album and the result is jazzy rock with a hint of pop breathing warm percussives and lightly twanged vocals. Previous releases off the forthcoming LP (check out single “Projector”) are poppy, mildly synthed out, Enya-touched and sexy. Stay tuned for upcoming shows. - Michelle Kicherer, Associate Editor

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W.C. Beck takes NYC in new video for "The Long Way Home"

W.C. Beck comes to New York via Portland, Paris, and Kansas, cities with vast differences in their geography and culture. Beck's travels have therefore provided his music with a cosmopolitan air and richness, but he still plays with a distinct Americana sound, which has the power to attract (and move) a multitude of listeneres with varying backgrounds. It fits, therefore, that Beck would shoot his music video for "The Long Way Home" -- a hymn about living a life of constant exploration in order to find home -- in the middle of Grand Central, where tens of thousands of commuters, locals, and tourists pass each other every day. The song will appear on Beck's upcoming album First Flight, his ninth studio release, which drops on June 7th. He plays a release show at Mercury Lounge on June 9th to mark the event; stay tuned for more on that. In the meantime, watch the video for "The Long Way Home" below. - Will Sisskind

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Ivy Room Presents a Night of Queer Songwriters

On Thursday, May 16 the Ivy Room will host an evening full of lovely music, all from queer artists. Performing will be Rob Jamner, indie rock storyteller and poet, who will be releasing his EP Holding Stones and playing short films from independent filmmakers Jesse Israel, Sair Goetz, Marica Petrey, Jared Swanson, and Andy Strong. Americana guitarist and songwriter Briget Boyle will be playing some sweet tunes from her new album The Next Line. We’ll also have Kristen Ford who’ll be touring from Nashville and playing her soul meets electropop jams, and Oh The Nerve, a queer feminist pop/R&B band from Berkeley. Check out all their music below and come on out! – Lucille Faulkner

 

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