London has been on my mind a lot recently and then Grace Acladna found me, offering some kind of ‘there-there’ pat on the shoulder. Kismet, I suppose. Advertisements
Have you re-listened to Destiny Child’s phenomenal 1999 album The Writing’s on the Wall lately? Don’t you think it’s about time you did? Do yourselves a favor and re-live this glorious moment in R&B/pop music history. You can start with a few of my favorites… Good luck this week, y’all!
Can it go back to being summer? I know this summer, much like the rest of the year, wasn’t great, but it did give us this gem of a song. The 22-year-old Dua Lipa came out guns blazing with some rules that will sound familiar to anyone that has dealt with a fuckboy and lived […]
Sorry, still very few thoughts on my end…this is just a song I have been listening to a lot lately. I’ve been feeling deprived of good storytelling since I haven’t been making as much time for reading as a usually do (ugh responsibilities!) so I’ve been making up for it by listening to Kate Bush. […]
I meant to only take a week off to gather my thoughts, though that week very quickly turned into a month. I’ve been trying to process all the shit that has happened in the last month, and that led to me not listening to music the way I usually do or, at least, I was […]
I haven’t been up for much writing lately, so until I am able to get back into a groove I’ll be keeping things short and sweet. This week, in keeping with what is turning to be a regular theme of highlighting Chicago-based artists, I present Jamila Woods and her playful social protest jams.
Can anyone else believe how quickly August has gone? Now we’re staring down at September and I can’t help but feel mild melancholy about it, hence this week’s selection for Music Mondays. I can only ever immediately think of one word to describe Annie Clark: celestial. I always get the sense that I am listening […]