E is for Elizabeth & the Catapult

Elizabeth & the Catapult’s sound is nuanced and unique, ranging from wistful and poetic to bright indie pop, deeper than it may seem at first listen. It’s the kind of versatile music that can fit just about any mood you happen to find yourself in.

D is for Delacroix

It’s surely no secret or surprise that I love Romantic artists, right? Well, meet Eugène Delacroix, a French-born and -educated artist. Most people know Delacroix from Liberty Leading the People. It is, of course, gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous, but I thought I’d go with a lesser known one. Orphan Girl at the Cemetery came about 7…

D is for Dessa

Oof, it’s been a while since I’ve posted these! I have missed #MusicMonday, though, so here we are again, jumping back in with Dessa, a deeply philosophical rapper and writer/poet. (I hesitate to distinguish rap from poetry because, come on, rap IS poetry, but in this case I mean audio output versus physical books.) Anyway,…

C is for Caravaggio

Listen, this guy was WILD. His life was chaotic and violent and teeming with rage and beauty. I can’t even get into it all here. I’d write an entire book, but it could never compare to Francine Prose’s Caravaggio: Painter of Miracles. It’s informative and scandalous and paints a really vivid picture of an artist…

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