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Charlotte Dos Santos @ The Virgil [2/24/2022]

Music and songwriting are crucial pieces of my identity, but as a woman I have begun to feel out of place in the music world.  Music did not always feel so gendered. In elementary school, writing songs felt natural; a childish burst of creativity stemming from the same place as the urge to throw mud […]

Harry Nilsson’s 1970 album The Point! has been a kind of security blanket for children since its release, and during quarantine, has played a curiously similar role for my young adult self. It’s a comfortable middle ground between watching a meaningful but emotionally taxing film, and watching an actual children’s show. “Sure, it’s a children’s […]

Review of “Alice Hyatt” by Damien Jurado Damien Jurado’s new single, “Alice Hyatt,” rejects attempts to perfect the imperfect and urges us to move on.  In May, the prolific folk artist will be releasing his fifteenth album, What’s New Tomboy. “Alice Hyatt” is one of two singles Jurado released this past month to give his […]

Alexandra Savior @ Pico Union Theatre 2/15/20 Through her performance, Alexandra Savior eloquently details her grief and tragedy with a twist, allowing women to take back the word “hysteria.” On February 15th, I journeyed to The Pico Union Project- an intimate, church venue in Los Angeles- to hear Savior’s new album, The Archer. The crowd […]