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Hannah Georgas | Imprints

The singer-songwriter marks International Women's Day with a female-centric EP.

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Hannah Georgas has it covered. With a little help from her friends. To mark International Women’s Day, the eclectic singer-songwriter presents an EP featuring stylish electro-pop revamps of tunes written by female artists who influenced her — and created with assists from some of her peers and contemporaries. There’s a soulfully subdued take on the late Dolores O’Riordan and The CranberriesNo Need to Argue featuring New York vocal duo Lucius; an elegantly thwacking version of EurythmicsLove is a Stranger co-starring Montaigne; an African-tinged deconstruction of Janet Jackson’s That’s the Way Love Goes with Emily King; and a gauzy piano-ballad reworking of Tegan and Sara’s Back in Your Head featuring Tamara Lindeman. The only downside is that it isn’t twice as long.

STANDOUT: That’s the Way Love Goes.