*soft vowel sounds* music. . .
the latest *soft vowel sounds* release is “Cisgender” -- a live recording of a 1970s classic rock hit, albeit with the lyrics “trans-ed” (for reasons explained in the video; the song-proper starts at about 1:40 into it...).
Other trans-themed songs by julia/*soft vowel sounds* are collected in her post Transgender-themed artists, bands, music, songs & anthems.
the first *soft vowel sounds* record is Ray versus Macbeth and the Music Box, part one - click that link to find out more about the record, view artwork and song lyrics, and more! if you just want to listen to the songs, you can do that right here via the tracklist below.
FYI: this record can be downloaded for “name your price” (FREE, if you wish!) from Bandcamp - when you arrive on that page, just click “Buy Now,” then enter whatever amount you wish (0 for free). Physical CDs of the record are available via the *svs* shop webpage.
Videos for three of these songs -- Open Letter, Music Box, and Ray (a parody of the famous trans-themed song “Lola” by The Kinks) -- can be found on YouTube. If you enjoy them, please “like” them & consider subscribing to my YouTube channel!
in the days before *soft vowel sounds*, julia was the guitarist/singer/principal songwriter for the noise-pop/indie-rock trio Bitesize. their entire discography can be found here. you can listen (for free!) to songs from their three main releases via the Bitesize Bandcamp website or the tracklists below. also, several Bitesize songs can be downloaded for FREE from the band’s mp3 webpage.
The Best of Bitesize (& individual tracks from it) can be digitally downloaded for a nominal fee here and CDs of the record can be purchased here.
Sophomore Slump (& individual tracks from it) can be digitally downloaded for a nominal fee here and CDs of the record can be purchased here.
More Songs About Cars and Body Parts (& individual tracks from it) can be digitally downloaded for a nominal fee here.