If you’re looking for your new obsession, look no further than Lucy Dacus. After seeing her open for Julien Baker last night, I can assure you that their single I Don’t Wanna Be Funny Anymore will be on repeat for the next weeks.
We are beyond thrilled to release the June cover featuring the one and only @julienbaker. This issue will include authentic and passionate artists from all different backgrounds, ranging from Latina punk band Cabrona to Tucson based illustrator @pantehart with others features from Lucy Dacus and Sarah Bogosh. Be sure to be on the look out for the 15th issue dropping Friday, June 24th! Photo by @morganmartinez
Lucy Dacus, a 21-year-old with a warm and deep voice, singing comes as naturally as talking. She writes songs that can be thoughtful, playful and powerful, with tremendous arrangements from guitarist Jacob Blizard. Watch here.
It’s only June and this year is already jam-packed with remarkable new artists who’ve released some of 2016’s most memorable music. These are artists who released their very first songs or first full-length albums so far this year.
The Richmond native wrote a powerful indie-pop song about watching someone close to you spiral. "If you really love somebody, you kind of just have to be with them through the unfortunate times,“ she said.
不知道是什麼東西可以讓人變低能 我的臉都垮了還看不出來我在掙扎嗎 但想想我這張臉根本沒表達出來啊 怪誰 I don’t know what can make people foolish. My face has already collapsed, but someone still couldn’t find that I was struggling. However, I thought I didn’t express any anger on my face at that time. Blamed on myself.
We’re back! And so is Wendy James, formerly of Transvision Vamp, after decades in the doldrums. Alongside that return, we have a plethora of new talent from the charming Lucy Dacus to Weaves and Twin River as well as the new, bold sounds of Pillar Point and Kirin J Callinan - both artists who are narrowing in on a style truly of their own.