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The Hawaii native is a force of nature and she’s a multi-instrumentalist equally skilled at piano, guitar, and violin.
Crowe possesses a powerful, radio-ready voice, a knack for smart pop storytelling, and a sharp ear for a hook that she’s put to work in her independent production.
Yet she knows that none of that matters in the absence of great songs, so she’s made sure to write plenty of them."Breaking Things” is the latest and fieriest song from the breakout songstress.
Here Jasmine pairs a passionate vocal with an emotionally forthright lyric and a compulsively danceable beat.
She works in Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti in Buenos Aires (Haroldo Conti Cultural Centre for Memory), located on the former site of ESMA – The Navy School of Mechanics, where the junta organised a camp for those suspected of opposition activities.
Today the place is devoted to memory and education.Selected photographs will become a part of the Museum’s collection.Bakalarz whose grandparents come from Southern Poland has also travelled to the places where they once lived (Pacanów and Klimontów).This is a song of desperation and dangerous attraction, a warning and grown-up bit of frank talk, a summer storm, a club-floor burner.Her debut music video for “Breaking Things” underscores the urbane ferocity of Crowe’s lyrics and the real sense of peril that the song generates.The camera catches the singer in a desolate stretch of desert: we watch her walk barefoot over the scrub and sand, and catch her in moments of reflection in a motel room on an empty highway.