BY TRISH BENDIX
Emily Wells is kind of all over the place, in the best of ways. The 31-year-old has been creating music for public consumption since she was 13, and outside of her own albums she’s composed a score for queer filmmaker Hilary Goldberg’s short film “In the Spotlight,” starring Michelle Tea and Guinevere Turner, as well as a song for “Stoker” starring Mia Wasikowska and Nicole Kidman. We spoke to Emily about “Mama: Acoustic Recordings,” playing Mich Fest this year among its controversial “womyn born womyn only” policy and not wanting to exploit her queerness.
“Mama: Acoustic Recordings” wil be available June 11.
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