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MAESTRO her personal experiences will always echo in her music. “I was around 15 to 17 when I wrote the EP, and I’ve grown so much as a person in that time. It’s very interesting because the heart of what I want to say in the future still lies somewhere in the theme of Alienation; it’s just a little more mature, nuanced.” It’s not a big surprise that she’s already envisioned the future of her music, since she’s already gearing up for a full-blown LP and more shows. “I feel as if I’ve been working on the LP for a while, even though the EP has only been out for about two months now. I’m so proud of the new records. I think I’m most excited to share those and generally to curate everything for LP1. Reconfiguring my live show will be a blast as well; I can’t wait to start playing more shows and directly interacting with fans.” It looks like there’s more to see and hear from her and her music, especially since they’re inseparable. “The only direct line of communication I have to the outside world is my music; I would be nowhere without it. Therefore, I have to do everything with it.”

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“My EP is meant to validate every imperfect emotion associated with the feeling of alienation.I want to reassure listeners that what they’re going through is real and human.”

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STATUS Magazine November 2015 feat Lucky Blue Smith  

STATUS Magazine November 2015 feat Lucky Blue Smith Plus: Teresa Oman Nick Brewer Mija Clairity Oh, Flamingo! Jerrold Tarog Keiynan Lonsdal...

STATUS Magazine November 2015 feat Lucky Blue Smith  

STATUS Magazine November 2015 feat Lucky Blue Smith Plus: Teresa Oman Nick Brewer Mija Clairity Oh, Flamingo! Jerrold Tarog Keiynan Lonsdal...

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