Just a healthy dose of music by women who bring it. A little something for everyone! Listen. Download. And support!
Dance & Electronic
- The Kills – Blood Pressures
- Sarah Fimm – Yellow * Based on “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Currently in my top 10 on my iPod!
- Atoosa – When The Cardinals Come
- Windy Asari – You Said
- Allie on the Uke – Perfect Words – Amateur Ukulele Noise Making (Support her Kickstarter!)
- Sweet Soubrette – Days And Nights
- Klondike Kate – Facebook Junkie *Note- I super LOVE this one. We gotta hang again soon!
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- Hilary Grist – Little Ditties
- Katie Costello – Lamplight
- The Wellspring – The Wellspring
- Frida Selander – Forever On Your Team
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Chris Pureka is an Americana/Folk/Indie artist from North Hampton, MA. Edgy and forthright, Chris echos the same kind of passion and gutteral singing of Melissa Etheridge, splashed with the raw electric guitar sounds of Meredith Brooks.
Chris’s songs rise and fall with acoustic swells of fervor and roominess. I really feel the music and topics harken back to the late 90s sense of angst, tingled with self-reflection. The songs are sonically powerful. You can feel it in every strum, in every moan and sigh. Acoustic guitars at times can sound shy and dimmed, but Chris makes them boom, reflecting the undermined potential of the instrument. Check out her latest album, “How I Learned To See In The Dark.”
If you are looking for thunderous depth and acoustic driven truth, check out Chris Pureka, Jukebox Heroine.