Win Two Tickets To See Hailey Wojcik In New York City!

Indie singer-songwriter Hailey Wojcik is a Jack (or should I say Jane?) of all trades. She released her first CD at 14 and now, a decade later, she’s released a fifth album called Diorama. The record is produced by Dan Romer, who’s worked with lezzie favorites Ingrid Michaelson and Jenny Owens Young, and it features Wojcik on guitar, ukelele, strumstick, and even mellotron (holler!).

Even after finishing up in the studio, Wojcik’s still hard at work. She’s making music videos for each and every track, three of which have been completed. She sounds somewhere between Liz Phair and Dressy Bessy to me, but listen for yourself. Check out my favorite, “Anglerfish,” below:

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If you like what you hear, you’re in luck! Hailey Wojcik is playing one show at Crash Mansion in New York City this Wednesday (04/21) and has graciously offered one lucky winner 2 free tickets! Catch her now, because there aren’t any more tour dates on her calendar!

How To Win

1. Email music[at]autostraddle[dot]com with your name.
Be sure to send it by Monday night (04/19) 9PM EST . You will be selected at random and notified on Tuesday if you’ve won!

2. Follow us on Twitter (@audiostraddle and/or @autostraddle).
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Enjoy a free download of “Samsa Morning,” and buy Diorama on iTunes.

Photo by Shervin Lainez

Visit Hailey Wojcik on MySpace or at her official website.


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jessgitner

Jess is a writer/producer with a knack for audio and online production. She grew up in California and now lives in Washington, DC, where she recently graduated from Georgetown University. Jess' jacket collection is obscenely large, and so is her music library. In her spare time, Jess enjoys riding her bike in the city, blogging, writing songs, and eating good food.

Jess has written 44 articles for us.

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