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Anna Nalick, singer-songwriter: Something Else! Interview

Anna Nalick, singer-songwriter: Something Else! Interview

Anna Nalick joined Kristina Mondo to discuss the best piece of advice she was ever given, her dream collaborator and her very first song-writing experience.

Button [Featuring Members of Doobie Brothers + Chicago] – Button (2018)

Button [Featuring Members of Doobie Brothers + Chicago] – Button (2018)

Button, a new group founded by touring musicians from the Doobie Brothers and Chicago, is defined by musicality, chemistry and experience.

Evanescence – Synthesis (2017)

Evanescence – Synthesis (2017)

Evanescence’s ‘Synthesis’ offers classical reworkings of some of the band’s most well-known songs – and a new track that brings the whole concept together.

Sia – Everyday Is Christmas (2017)

Sia – Everyday Is Christmas (2017)

In its best moments, ‘Everyday Is Christmas’ challenges the notion of what a holiday album should be. Sia just needed more of them.

Anna Nalick – At Now (2017)

Anna Nalick – At Now (2017)

Anna Nalick’s vulnerable, touching ‘At Now’ breaks down the barriers to human emotion, telling her story through song.

Maroon 5 – Red Pill Blues (2017)

Maroon 5 – Red Pill Blues (2017)

You can’t help but wonder how great this would have been if Maroon 5 more consistently rose above the easy expectations of their fans and these times.

Beck – Colors (2017)

Beck – Colors (2017)

In typical fashion, the follow up to 2014’s somber ‘Morning Phase’ is perhaps Beck’s most upbeat and funky album to date.

Pink – Beautiful Trauma (2017)

Pink – Beautiful Trauma (2017)

As usual, Pink doesn’t shy away from the spotlight, controversy and speaking her mind. The issue here is how these songs are presented.

Rachel Platten – Waves (2017)

Rachel Platten – Waves (2017)

‘Waves’ arrives on the heels of Rachel Platten’s success with 2015’s “Fight Song,” an anthem of empowerment and strength.

A-ha – MTV Unplugged: Summer Solstice (2017)

A-ha – MTV Unplugged: Summer Solstice (2017)

‘MTV Unplugged: Summer Solstice’ features a beautifully reworked version of A-ha’s breakout hit “Take on Me,” but there’s much more to recommend here.

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