Today’s Ladies Skate Only is packed with new tunes from some of the most talented women in music.
-The show starts off with the first single from Dawn Richard’s forthcoming album, Second Line which is due out in April. It’s her first release on Merge Records. If you haven’t seen the video for the track, you’re missing out. Click here to check it out.
-Jetty Bones drops her new album, Push Back today and we’re celebrating with an artist spotlight block of tunes. You’ll hear 3 tracks from the album and learn about the singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer behind the moniker, Kelc Galluzzo.
– We have a couple new artists from LA-based Poor Man Records. We’ll spin tunes from Broken Baby and Young Winona from the label.
-Weekend Lovers new video for their track ‘Baby’ is out today. We’ll spin the track plus scroll down and check out the video below.
– I’ll spin Brandi Ediss’ track “I Didn’t Try” for the second week in a row and lament about the things I didn’t try.
Also in the mix: Jocelyn Mackenzie, INEZ, Kissy, The Weather Station, Felicia Douglass, Sun June
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