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Julien Baker's singing career has been built so firmly that she is not afraid of going away as well: her folk-rock between expiation and self-destruction survives all, even itself.
Her third album "Little Oblivions" always leaves some sentence in the mind: "I wish that I drank because of you and not only because of me" or "start asking for fitness in advance for all the future things I will contribute".
There are two more records left as a personal diary of a complicated adolescence, "Sprained Ankle" and "Turn Out the Lights" or a project like boygenius (the adventure he shares with Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus).
By the age of 25 she can be considered as a possible Elliott Smith of this century, either alone with her guitar and how we met her when she self-produced and self-edited her debut album or surrounded by a whole band as the songs of "Little Oblivions", which have won in outward intensity without losing a little inward intensity along the way.
Guest artist: Le Nais
Poet, model and jewellery designer as well as silversmith of pop gems, the Catalan Naida Castel made her peace with music – she took a break after years of studying in a conservatory- when she found her notes, her guitar and her recorder on her bedroom floor.
Her first EP as Le Nais will be called "When I can’t speak but I can sing", and preview tracks such as Dancing confirm that one can turn a disappointment around and dance to life. It is never too late to be born again.