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142 submissions for International Women’s Day. Here are my picks

142 submissions   for   International Women’s Day

Floracita Rock-Era, album by Flor de la Toloache. With 10 songs that re-invent classic Latin anthems in Spanish, the Latin-Grammy-winning NYC group celebrate International Women’s Day with iconic rock songs.  Stream on all platforms.

Mad Man on the Moon, single by Giulia Millanta. Melodic story-telling with stripped down composition and unique guitar tunings. Millanta stirs emotions in a song that will stick in your head.  On all platforms. Video on YouTube.

This is Water, by Rain Perry. Second song released from her upcoming A White Album, Perry deftly combines narrative, rhythmic lyrics and her arresting vocals, in a song  that features a guest appearance by Ben Lee.   Advanced purchase at

Believe, single by Maggie Szabo with Oli Harper.  Emotional, anthemic, exciting, and really danceable, this new single by Szabo and EDM master Oil Harper  is  an updated  take on Cher’s “Believe”.  Release date March 11 on all platforms.

Abduction, single by X-Ari.  Everything X-Ari does is surprising and addictive, and Abduction is an addictive pop surprise.  “…into the unknown” she sings wither her trademark lyrical arrangements. So much fun.   Release date March 11 on  all platforms.  

Adante con Expressione, single by Lady Jess and Ric’key Pageot.  Written in 1929 by Florence  Price, this is the first work by an African-American woman  to be performed by  a major orchestra. Discovered in an attic in 2009, the composition is beautifully performed by Pageot  on piano and Lady Jess on violin.  Long overdue and a precious gift to classic music fans (and everyone).  Available on all streaming platforms.

 BONUS:  Ghosts, single by BINX written to celebrate her grandparents who passed away and  are now “ghosts”.

Patrick O’Heffernan



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (429 Articles)
Patrick O’Heffernan, PhD., is a music journalist based in Mexico, with a global following. He focuses on music in English and Spanish that combines rock and rap, blues and jazz and pop with music from Latin America, especially Mexico like cumbia, banda, son jarocho, and mariachi. He is also edits a local news website and is a subeditor of a local Spanish language newspaper. Check out his weekly column Music Sin Frontera on Sunday nights.

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