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FREEDOM NOW AND OTHER JAMS, PT. 1
Jazz seen through the lens of social justice. (2/23a)
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THE B-SIDE
A THRILLING CYCLE
12/4/20

Hailing from N.Y., Mia Gladstone has released her newest EP, CYCLE/S. Available via Park Avenue Artists and ADA Worldwide, the 5-track EP is an amalgamation of pop, funk, R&B and jazz, and is picking up plenty of traction across streaming platforms.

Ripe with the singer/songwriter’s signature sound and sweet harmonies, the EP is inspired by the natural cycles of life and was produced with Danny Shyman. In conjunction with the EP release, Gladstone also dropped the official music video for “FOOD.”

“Letting go is peace! CYCLE/S is an expression of my experience; it’s me being honest about my own self destruction, my trauma, and my empowerment. I feel liberated when I can let it go, even if just temporarily,” shared Gladstone. 

Gracing the cover of Spotify’s Anti-Pop playlist this week, the genre-defying singer/songwriter is also featured on Pollen and Lorem and has garnered support from Zane Lowe on his Beats1 Radio show. 

Gladstone is currently managed by Park Avenue Artists. Stream CYCLE/S here and watch the video for “FOOD” below.