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The nominations are in, and this two-sided tee is on the shortlist for the look of the year!!!
Celebrate a big win for Macy Rodman (our fave "Best Actress") with this stunning black t-shirt. Comes with a free DL of Endless Kindness, and a tearful acceptance speech.
Includes unlimited streaming of Endless Kindness
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Sweat Equity is thrilled to announce a record from New York’s one and only, the pop maven and freak anthem mastermind, Macy Rodman, who follows up 2017’s 'The Lake' with her newest effort, 'Endless Kindness,' a sprawling and surreal journey through sexuality, power dynamics, desire and drama.
The record dives head first into passions, violence and redemption and draws its energy from Macy’s powerful voice and ever-shifting catalog of personas.The lead single “Greased Up Freak Pt. 1,” explores ferocious sexuality via an expansive range of sexual vantage points.
In addition to spending the intervening years working on 'Endless Kindness,' Rodman simultaneously launched the podcast Nymphowars, “a show about putting dicks down your mouth brought to you by world's smartest and prettiest transsexuals,” that mirrors her increasingly sexual and confessional approach to songwriting.
In “Berlin,” she weaves a staggering, kaleidoscopic send-up of the city’s cultural milieu, a tongue-in-cheek anthem about its hedonistic clubbing culture. In “Hell,” she flips that concept on its ear: “I took a pill and almost died,” giving the same late-night antics a sense of desperation and drama. Similarly, the titular track coils some self-reflection around the previous tracks before ending with the soul-bearing chorus of closer “Best Actress.”
A bold entry into Rodman’s oeuvre, the record is out November 8th.
released November 8, 2019
All songs written by Macy Rodman
Tracks 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11 written by Macy Rodman, production work by Jim Cannon
Track 8 produced by Macy Rodman, written by Macy Rodman, Montoya Montana, and Magda
Additional Mixing and Mastering by Andrew Nerviano