King Britt Brings Sister Gertrude to Three Keys

Sister Gertrude Morgan’s music, like her painting, was an exercise in planning on the fly. From the looks and sounds of things, the New Orleans street preacher worked out what she’d paint or sing in one moment only milliseconds before she did it. In her paintings, every additional Bride of Christ was an of her faith in action, and on 1970's Let’s Make a Record, you can hear someone proselytizing on the fly.

"Let Me Find Out" Gets a Remixed Second Life

When 5th Ward Weebie's "Let Me Find Out" became one of New Orleans' biggest songs in 2014, it was a return to old school bounce values. At a time when bounce is often a hyperactive burst of electronic percussion, "Let Me Found Out" is driven by the classic "Drag Rap" samples. At a time when bounce songs are often little more than catch phrases, the song's a version of the dozens, comically running down all the ways Weebie's friends might be showing their low-rent asses.

Boyfriend Wants More Attention, and Val Hollie Steps Outside

On the opening night of Boyfriend's tour with Big Freedia and Hibou, My Spilt Milk shot 360-degree photos backstage at the House of Blues. Today while on tour, she has released a new remix of "Attention" by Boogie T. This remix gives the song more grind than the original, emphasizing the hip action that is implied in almost every Boyfriend song.

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