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HOT HALF DOZEN 8.16.22

210 submissions this week in English and Spanish. Here are my eclectic 6 piks

210 submissions this week

Love and Power, single by Transviolet. Synths, haunting vocals, gut-wrenching emotions, and the incomparable voice of Sarah McTaggart taking through the ups and downs (mostly downs) of a toxic relationship. Soft, lovely, real.  Available on Apple Music, iTunes, deezer, Spotify.

Help (I’m Falling 4U and I Can’t Get Up) single by The Aquadolls. Starts slow and deliberate with precise snare drums tht introduce the soft, rhythmic, vocals and catchy,  sometimes gently in your face lyrics. Available on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music.

Woman on the Moon, album by Giulia Millanta. Twelve very personal, intimate songs that float the listener  through a journey of, separation, love, loss, sanity and madness, mistakes and redemption. Millanta has the unique ability to talk directly to us with a diverse set of tunes from tinkling to pounding. Mesmerizing Available on  Spotify, YouTube.

Vault Of Heaven, single by the Pixies. Accompanied by a hilarious video of Zorro on a pony tricycle to really good, earworm music, this a great re-introduction to the old fans and a big smile for their new ones. Available on all major platforms.

In the Kitchen,  single by Reneé Rapp.  With lines like “100 square feet of bitter memories” this song fills you with the feeling and sadness of a love gone bad and then just gone. Rapp pierces your heart as she warns about love, “don’t try this at home.”  Available on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon, YouTube and YouTube Music.

Hold On My Heart, single by Amanda Abizaid. A bit of melancholy, a bit of blues, a bit of earworm rhythm, and a lot of power, this new release is polished, emotional, cathartic and addictive. Available on all major platforms.

Marchita, album by Silvana Estrada. Sweet, powerful, traditional, entrepreneurial.  This album of traditional and modern ballads is both for fans  of traditional Mexican ballads and lovers of exquisite singing in any language. Spanish.  Available on Spotify, Apple Music YouTube.

Patrick O’Heffernan

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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (377 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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