It’s no secret that women in the music industry have faced adversity, misogyny, fewer opportunities and less recognition than their male counterparts. But that hasn’t stopped female-identifying creatives from carving out niches on stages, playlists and within all facets of the music scene.
The three EPs were recorded at Cat’s Claw studio and feature brothers Mike Johnson and Jack Victor.
Taich wrote the song in one sitting during quarantine and completed it through a distance collaboration with Renew the Arts.
The track is part of Taich’s new project — a series of stand-alone songs that will eventually form her next album.
Stephen Evans & the True Grits host an evening of diverse local music June 24 at The Grey Eagle.
Taich performs as part of the free programming on Thursday, June 14.
The musician describes her sound as “whimsical, fervent and, at times, spooky” — another reason it’s perfect for Halloween week.
Taich performs at The Mothlight on Thursday, Aug. 10, with Maddie Shuler and Livingdog.
As part of an ongoing residency, the trio will fill One World Brewing with its self-described “boot-stomping folk” during a CD release show on Wednesday, April 13.