Essential New Music: Slow-Burning Soul, Dance Floor Heat And Revelatory Jazz

Camila Meza mixes jazz, Mexican folklore and much more on her new album. Source: Courtesy of the Artist

We cast our net very wide this week and bring music to both get you onto the dance floor and do a bit of self reflection.

Rosalía, "Aute Cuture"

Unquestionably rooted in the aesthetic influence of Latina and Romani women, "Aute Cuture" is Rosalía's marriage of high fashion haute couture with the institution of the nail salon. With

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