From Liz Phair to Sarah Mary Chadwick: The Hidden Musical Gems of 2021

The best, and most under-rated, music of 2021

From L to R: Sarah Mary Chadwick, Liz Phair, Esther Rose

2020 was a year of isolation and lockdown. As such, while many big-name musicians sat out the year due to the unique constraints they faced, smaller, and less commercial artists — used to working with limited resources — welled the mine of 2020’s hardship to create the…

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