Jake’s Take’s New Music Reviews: Week of March 5, 2021

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Camille Saturday’s Tiara was one of my favorite albums that I have listened to so far in 2021! (Album cover property of Nikki Records)

Tiara by Camille Saturday

Actress and singer Camille Saturday is a fixture in the New York City area, and she dropped her latest album: Tiara. My jaw dropped with delight as I listened throughout the seven-track album. From the bluesy “Marshall Jones” to the rockabilly “Mae Was a Bang Bang,” music lovers will have a fantastic time listening to Tiara. Camille Saturday’s music should be blasted on countless radio stations and streaming playlists. A+

Tracks to Download: “My Tiara,” “Marshall Jones,” “Floating On Air,” “Mae Was a Bang Bang,” “Sex In A Bed,” & “Wasted.”

Madison Beer’s Life Support is one of the top pop music debuts of 2021! (Album cover property of Madison Beer & Epic Records)

Life Support by Madison Beer

Over several years, Madison Beer has become one of her generation’s top recording artists. Recently, Madison dropped her debut studio album: Life Support. Madison Beer and her collaborator, Leroy “Big Taste” Clampitt, co-wrote and co-produced a majority of Life Support.  The duo also had assistance from Elizabeth Lowell Boland, Rachel Keen, E. Kidd Bogart, and production duo Kinetics and One Love. As I listened to Life Support, it reminded me about the first time I heard both Ariana Grande’s The Way and Lana Del Rey’s Honeymoon. Both albums were career-changing projects for both women, and I believe that Life Support could be the same for Ms. Beer. I look forward to hearing more music from her in the future. 

Tracks to Download: “Good in Goodbye,” “Follow the White Rabbit,” “Effortlessly,” “Blue,” “Homesick,” & “Everything Happens For A Reason.”  

Bahari’s “Bipolar” is a powerful song that focuses on the polarities of a relationship. (Music video property of Epic Records)

“Bipolar” by Bahari

Alt-pop duo Bahari (singer-keyboardist Ruby Carr and singer-bassist Natalia Panzarella) delivered a powerful single: “Bipolar.” The song explores the anguish and passion behind a relationship between two lovers. I got chills listening to this song and the lyric: “Sometimes, I love you. Sometimes, I hate you” hits like a sucker punch. Well done, ladies. A-  

“Forever Fool” is the latest single from the WCMA award-winning duo the Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer. (Music video property of FACTOR Canada)

“Forever Fool” by The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer

Canadian duo the Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer have been recognized as a rising act in their country with a Juno nomination and two Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA). Shawn “The Harpoonist” Hall and Matthew “The Axe Murderer” Rogers’ latest single: “Forever Fool,” combines elements of The Weeknd’s “The Hills” and Alabama Shakes’ “Don’t Wanna Fight” into one superb techno-rock jam.  B+

“Sway” by Jennaske 

Queens, New York native and Love & Hip Hop New York standout Jennaske released a new single: “Sway.” I am in awe of how Jennaske commands the two-minute track with her superb emcee skills. I cannot wait to hear more from her. B+ 

Peach Tree Rascals’ “Leave Me” is a superb song that showcases the quintet’s bright future in the music industry. (Music video property of 10K Projects)

“Leave Me” by Peach Tree Rascals 

The California-based Peach Tree Rascals round out this edition of Jake’s Take’s New Music Reviews. The quintet of singer-rappers Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, and Joseph Barros, producer-mixer Dominic “Dom” Pizano, and creative director Jorge Olazaba are gaining a following thanks to their superb combination of rich harmonies and R&B grooves. “Leave Me” is an excellent track from start to finish, and I cannot wait to hear the debut EP – Camp Nowhere, which is expected to come out on March 26. 

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