New Music Sunday – 3/15/2020

Happy Sunday! Although the world feels like it’s currently on fire, I hope you find some solace in my New Music Sunday routine. There’s a TON of great music to listen to, so try to enjoy and support the artists where you can!

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Five Female Musicians To Support Because, Well, International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is recognized on Sunday, March 8, but I wanted to share a post earlier in hopes that I can petition to make it a weekend-long event. I went back and forth on writing this post because I know there’s a lot of nuances around the topic of gender and its relation to music, specifically how women are labeled in ways like “women in rock” or “the best female in pop” right now when ultimately, most men, women, and non-binary artists want (at least I think), their talent to stand apart from their gender orientation.

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Show Review: Getting Low with Tove Lo at The Riviera Theater

Just over 16 years ago, the cultural phenomenon otherwise known as “nipplegate” shocked the nation after Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson performed at the 2004 Superbowl Halftime show. If you have been living under a rock since then, you may or may not be aware of what exactly went down. The TLDR version is that at the very end of the performance, Timberlake pulled off a piece of Jackson’s costume that revealed her right breast for less than a second to over 143 million viewers. 

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