Sasami Ashworth

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Sasami’s new album, “Squeeze,” mixes her indie-rock roots with a new influence that came in 2020 — metal.

Sasami: From church choir, to classical music, to metal and moshing

Sasami’s new album, “Squeeze,” mixes her indie-rock roots with a new influence that came in 2020 — metal.

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