Australian blues/roots star Mia Dyson will be releasing a new EP called Right Hereon 12 February, and as you can hear on the new single “Tearing Up the Lawn” she excels at conveying angst and restlessness within a short, taut power pop song.
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This week we conclude our nearly year long discussion of Life Is Strange.
Delving into the nitty gritty of episode five, we consider the overall arc of this story, its final choice, and how the game has handled relating its seemingly disparate plot points into one unified whole.
It’s that time of the year again, that is, when you look at the calendar and realize Q4 is midway through and there is suddenly a new Adele album out in the world. Also, Christmas approaches and, for said reason, Carly Rae Jepsen decides to release a cover for Wham!‘s much mocked (and equally celebrated) anthem “Last Christmas”—in the same day Adele drops 25. That takes courage.
French singer Héloïse Letissier isn’t a known name in the United States. Neither is her group, Christine and the Queens, at least not yet. Christine performed in New York City for four nights in November, two opening for Marina and the Diamonds, one headlining Webster Hall and a final late night spot on The Daily Show. Her personality and presence could be described as a mix of Florence and the Machine and Stromae—a combination of ferocity, dance moves and Frenchness (Stromae is Belgian but does sing in French). Her song “Tilted” is perhaps the standout of her debut album Christine and the Queens (Neon Gold / Because Records) and it was one of a couple of songs she played in front of a live studio audience.
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