New: Branjae, Pisha and INEZ

Premiere DateJan 29, 2021
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 Emily (What I Need by Pearl Charles)
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03:19 Free Facts Branjae
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05:56 Change Mavis Staples
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08:48 War Waxahatchee
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11:50 High Horse Samantha Crain
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15:58 Clouds (feat. Clara Kent) INEZ
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20:09 Emily
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22:13 Keep On Dancing Gemma
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28:00 Lose Your Love Dirty Projectors
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30:47 Phenom Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
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33:25 Disclaim Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
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36:33 Emily
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37:21 I'll Be Your Dog Pisha
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40:23 Bliss Out Death Valley Girls
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43:44 Play With Fire L.A. Witch
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47:02 Dissociative Tally Babehoven
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50:31 Modern Feminist Black Bra
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54:17 Emily
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54:59 Ice Cream Song Laura Jane Grace
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56:36 Finish
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Kicking off the show today with a new single from Tulsa based phenom, Branjae! The track is called “Free Facts” and you should get yourself acquainted with the story and message on her bandcamp page. While you’re there, show your support by purchasing the music as well.

Also new to rotation on Ladies Skate Only, INEZ. An incredible vocalist, songwriter, producer and more. Her album Voicemails And Conversations dropped in 2019. It’s an album packed full of just that. But these conversations are really making me feel something. I’m gonna keep exploring this album over the next few episodes and I hope you’ll do that with me.

Plus, new music from Pisha! The project is that of Madeline Kassen (also in Tada!) and all of the tracks keep creeping back into my head. The new album Threnody is both haunting and vibrant and you’ll enjoy this new track in the mix.

Finally, I’ve got a set of tunes featuring music from Dirty Projectors, Thao and the Get Down Stay Down and Gemma. I’ve been listening to music from Thao and Felicia Douglass a lot before bed and I swear it’s giving me the coolest dreams. Maybe you should try it too.

As always, click the links and SUPPORT these artists by buying their music. After you buy… then stream away.

As a kid, Emily Smith could often be found in her bedroom recording radio shows. She obsessively recorded songs off the radio onto cassettes and mixed them together on a dual player. She was in love with…

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