Hannah Jadagu: What Is Heading On? (Sub Pop)

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Hannah Jadagu

What Is Heading On?

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Apr 23, 2021

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It is tough to blame newcomer Hannah Jadagu for remaining a minimal out of sorts in the entire world. The New York via Texas transplant sings of striving to come across her way in a myriad of inflection factors in her life and in culture. Irrespective of whether it is racial and gender equality (“My Bones”), the crush of any given working day (“Sundown”), or romantic tribulations (“What Is Heading On?”), Jadagu wraps her fears in shimmery levels of off-center pop frosting. The ideal case in point staying the somewhat out of tune pings of the title track that are utterly infectious, but somehow also deliver the anchor from maintaining the tune from floating away on its very own breezy build.

Running with a cadre of hand-held units to put her ideas out into the universe, Jadagu impresses with an open up-eyed watch, which features quite a bit likely on musically devoid of ever acquiring cluttered. She operates in the bed room pop realm, but avoids the typical early profession lo-fi trappings and with a broader look at. And not to low cost any of Jadagu’s actual environment problems, her auspicious 5-track debut also brings with it an air of serenity that whichever is going on may transform out to be okay. Arriving in the budding of a spring that is loaded with far more hopes than one period should really reasonably bear, What Is Heading On? makes for a quick but fitting soundtrack. Laced with uncertainties, wobbly kneed, but leaning toward the light-weight exactly where the answers need to lie. (www.hannahjadagu.com)

Writer score: 7/10

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