Music for by and about tough, resilient women, and it celebrates their triumphs while offering a rare and poignant poetry about the price of the struggle. // Post by Misha
Heatwave dance music.
At times when listening to this album, the very air becomes infused with the feeling of being about to fall asleep after a long day // Post by Misha
The beauty of We’re Safe But For How Long cannot be isolated in either its softness or its foreboding, but rather lies in its distillation of all the ways that fear and love coexist. // Post by Misha
Ripened Fruit is dreamy, wispy, surreal. It’s set in a young world full of lilacs and bees that don’t sting. But there is a snake in the grass. // Post by Misha
Loz Keystone’s debut album, To Feel Love, is a shimmering, jagged document of grief and forgetting. // Post by Misha
With my limited comprehension of Spanish, I have this breathless sense of near understanding in the songs – the way poetry often inspires emotions just out of reach of the rational.