Xenia Rubinos‘ evocative, electrifying voice is a singular one to say the least, and in her sophomore album, this year’s Black Terry Cat, she has a set of songs that have just as broad of a musical spectrum. Painting with a hard-to-categorize set of sounds drawing from R&B to punk, Rubinos’ return to KEXP is an engaging and rhythmic gem that vividly captures the musical and social experiences of the Brooklyn songwriter’s Afro-Caribbean heritage.
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