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Devi McCallion

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It’s rare to hear someone actually cry on a song. The act feels too raw, like it’s breaking some implicit barrier between artist and listener. But Devi McCallion and Katie Dey push those boundaries as musicians. Toward the end of “Open Heart,” a song from their new collaborative album, McCallion’s voice cracks as she holds…

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A couple years ago, Devi McCallion and Katie Dey released a collaborative album called Some New Form Of Life. Since then, they’ve put out plenty of material on their own — McCallion has released a couple of Black Dresses albums and one Girls Rituals album, and Katie Dey has released solipsisters and mydata, which we…

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A little over a year ago, Katie Dey released her sophomore album, solipsisters. Since then, she’s worked with Camp Cope’s Georgia Maq on her debut solo album and popped up on releases from Ada Rook and covered some songs on her own. Today, she’s announcing a new album called mydata. The title is a reference…

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Just weeks after releasing their new album Peaceful As Hell and days after sharing a cover of likeminded pop experimentalists 100 gecs, the Toronto experimental pop duo Black Dresses have disbanded following some drama seemingly related to one of their earlier songs going viral on TikTok. The band’s music has been removed from Spotify and […]

Since Devi McCallion released the last Girls Rituals album, Im Desperate, two years ago, she’s put out three albums with Black Dresses — most recently Peaceful As Hell just last month — and one with Katie Day. Yesterday, on her 29th birthday, she released a new Girls Rituals called Crap Shit, which she says is […]

Last week, Black Dresses previewed their new album, Peaceful As Hell, with the single “CREEP YOU” and today the whole thing is out in full. It’s the fourth full-length team-up between Devi McCallion and Rook, the most recent being last year’s LOVE AND AFFECTION FOR STUPID LITTLE BITCHES. Like that one, it sees them easing […]