This week’s #OnRotation is the perfect soundtrack to summer in the city, confident but laid back and dripping in 90s nostalgia. The Queens-born Moroccan American singer isn’t afraid to bare her truths (“Ain’t too concerned with conforming, fitting in is foreign to a woman like me”) and keep it real about the industry (“I’m terribly offended they’re commending mediocrity / Are we honestly praising this commodity?”), revealing her world through sultry vocals and smooth beats.
“Lindsay Rico and I met up on a freezing Sunday morning at a studio space on the top floor of the Williamsburg library. She told me to bring the wings.”
#OnRotation this week is U.S. Girls’ ‘In a Poem Unlimited’. Meg Remy’s latest is a subversive character study on women, violence, and power told through big hooks, anthemic choruses, and the nostalgic sounds of glam rock and disco. “As if you couldn’t tell, I’m mad as hell,” sings Meg Remy on M.A.H: “I won’t forget, so why should I forgive? / No, not as long as we both shall live.”
Photographer Jolie Price takes us on a saturated, flower-studded journey into the crux of self-love and what it means to be human.
Dive into this gorgeous photo essay by Isabella Dias, inspired by colorful 90’s girl power and goddess energy.
“Souls of the Summer of ’76” is photographer T’Shauna Henry’s first series using film and a DSLR camera. In it, she captures the spirit of the 70’s with a knack for fashion, funk, and flare.
Meet Arrow De Wilde, the force of nature behind glam rockers Starcrawler. Our friend Megan-Magdalena had the chance to chat with Arrow about her inspiration, Catholic school, and how she found the confidence to put on the best live show in music today.