Third, is a subversive glam-rock masterpiece that will hopefully strengthen the transgendered singer-songwriter’s burgeoning career. It’s a pleasure to hear a new album that wears its David Bowie, Velvet Underground, Big Star and Queen influences so boldly on its sleeve while still serving as its own original, satisfying statement. Get there early, because Brennan actually goes on first, followed by her collaborator, multi-instrumentalist, producer and millennial answer to Todd Rundgren, Fernando Perdomo. Another of Brennan’s collaborators, Chris Price, producer of last year’s Emitt Rhodes album, wraps up an incredible lineup.
Renaissance woman of indie rock Cait Brennan’s second album, ironically titled