Itasca’s Kayla Cohen wrote the anticipated follow-up to her acclaimed 2016 album Open to Chance in a century-old adobe house in rural New Mexico. Inspired by the landscape and history of the Four Corners region, the sublime Spring — its title summoning both season and scarce local water sources — dowses a devotional path to high desert headwaters. Featuring contributions from Chris CohenCooper Crain (Bitchin’ Bajas), James Elkington, and members of Gun Outfit and Sun Araw, Spring contains Cohen’s most quietly dazzling and self-assured set of songs to date.

(Photo Credit: Joanne Kim)


Introducing: Itasca’s “Lily”

By Itasca | September 19, 2019

Introducing: Itasca’s “Lily”

A music video premiere, plus an essay on it from the artist herself.