Punky Rock The Kids Would Want to Listen To: An Interview with Talay (& Live Acoustic Song)

Punky Rock The Kids Would Want to Listen To: An Interview with Talay (& Live Acoustic Song)

By Sachyn Mital

Talented singer-songwriter Talay is very active in the NYC music scene and has just released her second EP. She sat down with PopMatters for a chat and a live performance. 29 Jun 2017 // 2:30 AM

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