new music monday

New Music Monday: Lizzo

Born in Houston, now based in Minneapolis, singer/dancer/world dominator Lizzo took Austin by storm during SXSW this year. As far as we’re concerned, the world is her stage. All hail queen Lizzo! Read more »

New Music Monday: La Dame Blanche

Our SXSW coverage continues with Cuban multi-instrumentalist La Dame Blanche, who blends genres like a painter mixes paint.  Read more »

New Music Moday: Moor Mother

Moor Mother’s music is not for the faint of heart (or ears). If you’re not on her wavelength, get out of her way.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Mommy Long Legs

In their sparking, spitfire way, Seattle band Mommy Long Legs’ songs tackle topics like gentrification, gender norms, and catcalling. Read more »

New Music Monday: Aurora Nealand

New Orleans composer/musician Aurora Nealand splits her time between bandleading for her traditional ragtime band and making inventive, political art-pop as a solo artist. Read more »

New Music Monday: Wimps

The punk band’s frontwoman Rachel Ratner taught herself guitar solos from Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins songs as a teen.  Read more »

New Music Monday: H.E.R.

Enigmatic R&B singer H.E.R. is looking to make a name for herself based on her voice alone; she hasn’t yet shown her face publicly.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Shaprece: "Two"

Seattle singer Shaprece makes human music in a sea of robotic, machine-driven trip-hop.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Astronautica

A dreamy track from L.A. producer Astronautica disguises a cutting ultimatum in velvet and reverb. Read more »

New Music Monday: YACHT

The unique band makes otherworldly, beat-driven pop songs about topics like internet privacy and the war on women. Read more »