Going Steady: New Singles, January 7th, 2021, Reviewed

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SUFFER AND SWALLOW – Alice Glass – The former Crystal Castles singer who claimed sexual abuse from her partner and went solo, is readying her first solo album and here has a goth like electronica mood music – B

Candle – Buck Meek – co-written with Adrianne Lenker, can’t say I’m crazy about the slide guitar – C+

Girl Like Me (feat. H.E.R.) – Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R. – that entire neo-r&b scene that has been taking over since Solange in 2016, reaches yet another height with the return of the soulful Jazmine, joined by the glorious voiced H.E.R. on a strong, hip hop production valued, r&b triumph that promises exceedingly well for the Sullivan’s album dropping tomorrow

Weeping In The Promised Land – John Fogerty -hellish Americana, piano based protest – C-

This Mess We’re In – Demo – PJ Harvey – The original, with Thom Yorke on Harvey’s last great album, the 2000, New York City centric Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea, is one of her best songs of all time. This acoustic demo, with PJ overdubbing herself on the parts Thom sang, is damn near the equal – A

Garden of Despair – Portrayal of Guilt – thundering, bass heavy as fuck, somethingcore – B

Atlantic – The Weather Station – indie rocker via Canada – B

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