Sofia Wolfson is a local singer-guitarist who demonstrated her precocious talent when she released her 2015 debut album, Hunker Down, when she was just 16 years old. The L.A. native expands her musical range on her new EP, Adulting, a set of songs she wrote during her first year at college. The EP alternates between soulful slices of R&B and pop, mixed with relatively harder-rocking interludes such as “Probably Paradise” and “Self-Fulfilled Prophecy.” All of it is distinguished by Wolfson’s thoughtful, introspective lyrics and melodic vocal delivery. “Johnny Cash” is an acoustic ballad in which she declares her admiration for a friend who is also a fan of the Man in Black, while “Hotel Room” is a languid reverie frosted with coolly breezy harmonies. With Storefront Church and Ohtis.

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