Her songs are deeply personal and introspective — they just happen to be catchy as hell at the same time.
Sound engineers, producers, record label executives — just 5% of the people who produce and proliferate our music are women.
I called Gallo up this summer to talk about her new music, our shared Narnia obsession, and the importance of maintaining a strong sense of childlike wonder.
I normally go through PR music tracks as I work, listening while I type up an email or proofread a piece.
With incredible women, femmes, and other folks having more access to creating music, we’re literally at the height of woman-, femme-, and body-positive music so far. The internet allows these babes and their art to be seen and heard. Why not continue to celebrate that with these awesome body positive tracks?
Keep the Grinch at bay with these tunes. (Image Credit: Briana (Breezy) Baldwin via Wikimedia Commons)
Nothing makes me get my Grinch on faster than glitter-bombed Christmas wrapping and nasally voices ringing in my eardrums at every store.
The magical ‘70s Swedish pop band just announced plans for a “Virtual and Live Experience,” which is possibly the most ABBA thing I have ever heard of.
On her biggest struggle:
After this, I’m not going to be able to complain about Meghan Trainor and having to teach my son that "All About That Bass" is talking about girls with big booties.
Millennials know the '90s were the best decade for music in our lifetime (arguably, best decade EVER). But it’s easy to forget just how many un-freakin-believably kick-butt-love tunes were packed into that 10 years. Let’s rehash the '90s for the autumn lover.