Bandcamp: Iskwé’s Neon-Bright Dance-Pop Tackles Pressing Cultural Problems

The self-titled, 2013 debut from singer-songwriter Iskwé (pronounced “iss-kway,” meaning “woman” in Cree) was eight years in the making. The album took her from her native Canada to record in New York and Los Angeles, far from her family, which led to painful loneliness. … Continue reading Bandcamp: Iskwé’s Neon-Bright Dance-Pop Tackles Pressing Cultural Problems