Tess Dunn is T3TRA, whose dark, soul-baring statements are as candid and relatable to millennials as her hooks are sharp and memorable for all listeners. Her expressive voice has a bubblegum quality that belies the bitterness of her message. Targeting miserable relationships, Dunn often places herself squarely in the crosshairs, as in “Oxy” where she admits an “addiction to my vices.” She further explores her appetite for dysfunction on “Slum It,” which is ironically her catchiest song despite its downbeat self-flagellation (“my misery loves your company”). She gets sultry and breathy—is more of a singer—on “White Lies,” which has another solid chorus. Labels and music supes, do check out this artist!