Your Weekly Women to Listen To: Hart, Emily Asen, Goldy Loxx and more

Welcome back from the holidays everybody! I’ve made it one of my New Year’s Resolutions to discover more great new music in order to share it with all of you. I really am just the sweetest. High fives! Let’s get into the music.

Sade

File Under: A goddess among women, slow jams forever.

From: London

For Fans Of: 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, India Arie, Maxwell, red wine, candlelit dinners, fondue.

Bonus: Sade was ranked number 50 on VH1’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time,” so that’s gotta mean something right?

Jessie Baylin

File Under: Richly textured folk-pop with fantastic vocals

From: Los Angeles

For Fans Of: Joan As Policewoman, Hope Sandoval, seduction, string instruments, candlelight dinners.

Bonus: Thanks to AE reader mochahappy for the excellent suggestion! My ears are very pleased, especially since Jessie is currently recording a new album, which means more great tuneage in the near future.

Goldy Loxx

File Under: Witty rhyme thrower, challah back girl.

From: Ohio

For Fans Of: Peaches, Princess Superstar, matzo ball soup, Heeb magazine, gold chains, Juicy Couture track suits.

Bonus: Check out her fantastic take on Jay-Z’s “Empire State of Mind,” “Jew York.

Emily Asen

File Under: Indie-folk, pop-Americana, queer empowerment

From: Connecticut

For Fans Of: Daphne Willis, coming-of-age love stories, KT Tunstall, Darr Williams, daisies, flavored water.

Bonus: Emily is out, proud and donating some of the proceeds from her T-shirt sales to the HRC.

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