New Music Monday: Trishes

Born in Boston, raised in Trinidad, and educated at Berklee College of Music, Trish Hosein had a lot to draw from when she set her sights on a career in music-making. She calls her sound, which she performs under the name Trishes, “indie pop with a hip-hop influence,” and her live show seamlessly blends her youthful-yet-wise lyrics with propulsive beats and eerie-sweet vocal loops. The tracks she’s released so far have softer edges than FKA Twigs’ angular, avant-garde productions, but the two artists share an admirable desire to experiment that make their music seem borderless. Trishes could go anywhere, and build anything, out of the foundation she’s laid with tracks like “Day Jobs” and “Animal.” Expect a full-length from her sometime this year. Here’s “Animal,” to tide us over: 

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by Katie Presley
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Katie Presley is a writer and editor currently based on the East Coast (help, how did this happen??). She's been with Bitch in one form or another since 2010, when she started as a New Media Intern, and most recently served as Bitch's first and only Music Editor, from 2016-2017. Past resume lines include Assistant Producer for All Songs Considered at NPR Music, panelist on Pop Culture Happy Hour, and bylines at NPR and Ms. Katie is also a doula and herbalist, and writes a blog on herbal medicine, "The Herbal Apprentice." She also co-founded the first full-spectrum doula organization in Texas, The Bridge Collective. She is also a late-comer to being a Dog Person, but currently lives with four cats. 

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