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113 songs and albums this week adn we have some great ones for you. Plus Taylor Swift’s 1989. But you knew that already

113 songs, albums, videos submitted this week

Once then we’ll be free, single by Wisp. The mysterious 19-year old phenom with millions of streams has combine shoegaze and softish alt rock into a thoughtful if occasionally painful, treatise on of the uncertainty of young love  in the pursuit of sublime connection.  Powerful. Stream on all platforms.

La Danza, P art 22, EP by Novalima.  We have reviewed one of the songs from this EP and now there are5, all designed to put you into an alternative universe where you dance, dance, dance. Unique and really, fun They have brought together for the musical spine African rhythm and Peruvian sounds, plus a bevy of collaborators. So much fun and more.  Stream of major platforms.

Suave y Pegao, single by Daymé Arocena. She is the essence of Cuban music, but a lot more, especially in this collaboration with Rafa. Suave y Pegao previews Dayme’s upcoming album which was produced by the acclaimed Puerto Rican artist Eduardo Cabra . Spin it on Spotify and other major platforms and enjoy.

Sin Vergüenzas, single by Doris Anahí. Without Shame moves along at its own pace, giving you plenty of time to appreciate the emotion loaded in Anahi’s lyrics, written while listening to the mariachis at El Parian, in Tlaquepaque. Close your eyes and feel her throw her head back and let the sound out slowly, a little with each heartbeat. Truly remarkable. Stream on major platforms.

Cover Me, EP by Amanda Abizaid. Yes, Amanda’s back! From middle-eastern inflected pop blues to swirling romance she delivers 6 of her favorite covers from the 70”s and 90’s. Her voice brings its trademark curl but with added breathiness in songs like “Pocketful of Sunshine”, then shifts to her gut-grabbing belt in “For What It’s Worth. Stream on Spotify and major platforms.

Hasta La Muerta, single by Las Cafeteras. Soft and gentle, melodic, and yet gripping. Las Caf, known for their joyful and often politically sharp genre-free fusion of Afro-Mexican sounds, hip-hop and folk music, have produced a hypnotically beautiful song from the feminine heart tht will hold you close. Stream on all major platforms.

BONUS, 1989 (Taylor’s Version) no words needed.

Patrick O’Heffernan



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About Patrick O'Heffernan, Music Sin Fronteras (485 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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