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A more recent example was the praise given to Ryan Adams’ version of Taylor Swift’s album 1989. Many critics gushed, claiming it brought meaning to an otherwise superficial pop record. The fact that Swift is one of the most powerful musicians in the world, or that this record sold 1.2 million copies in its first week of release in the US alone, isn’t even the point; it is that she wrote the songs. She didn’t need a man to legitimise them as ‘art’.
—  Ali Barter (It’s About Fucking Time We Gave Female Musicians The Credit They Deserve)

Ali Barter - Girlie Bits [2016]

Give us a smile baby, you should be happy…

None of this angry bitch, show us your girly bits…

You don’t understand what it’s like to be a man…”


this song is so good and she sounds so much like Lana! Deserves a listen


Ali Barter with Hypercolour, from her EP named: AB.

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Finally. The insanely talented Ali Barter has released a studio version of her song ‘Red Sea,’ a personal favorite of mine. I was lucky enough to sit in on a studio session for the making of her soon to be released EP, something that will be featured heavily in the Lost In Dopeness playlist once it releases I’m sure. Check Ali’s soundcloud and enjoy.

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A Lost In Dopeness favorite, Australian songbird Ali Barter got together with Large Noises and some friends to deliver an incredible version of her song ‘Marigold’ on the streets of her hometown Melbourne with the help of guitar genius Oscar Dawson and Jumpin Jack. Press play and enjoy.