Some say she’s Dirty Pop, others say she’s Femme Funk. All bets aside, Los Angeles born/Brooklyn based musician has just set herself center stage into the world of Pop and beyond as Sedona. With her debut single “Call Me Up” turning heads, her soulful power bop is more than just a song, but rather, a femme anthem music lovers from today, tomorrow, and yesterday can enjoy. Sedona grew up singing in the shower to leading female pop icons like Diana Ross, Gwen Stefani, Madonna, Stevie Nicks, Sade - the list goes on and on. Their aesthetic broke a lot of social barriers for women, inspiring Sedona to do the same.
"This slow, sexy ballad is sure to have you memorizing the lyrics of it asap. You don’t have to trust us on this one – it’s the feel good, dancing-around-your-room-with-your-hairbrush kind of pop anthem you’ve been waiting for. " - Galore
"...a playful 60s-infused fantasy that features a core group of friends who aim to make you feel as much a part of it as they are. "- Modern Girls
" Throughout our conversation, she repeatedly asserts that this project was developed to create a space for all types of women, femmes, and dialogues. The enticing world of “Call Me Up” that we see in the film is a salutation, a welcome home. Sedona and her babes greet you with open arms, indicating that this space is for you, too. Still, despite having the love and creative support of her friends and colleagues, the difficulty in being a young female artist persist. " - Office Magazine
"From the twinkling star chimes that lead the audience into the foyer of the track, the Sedona experience starts with washes of backwards warped audio effects that oscillate between the elusive points of desire & mystery. Sedona’s song of veiled glances & clandestine affections sort through the obfuscated exchanges of mixed & missed signals in the lover’s sport of being both guarded & playing the games of hard to get. " - Impose
"Some say she’s Dirty Pop, others say she’s Femme Funk. All bets aside, Los Angeles born/Brooklyn based artist Rachel Stewart has just set herself center stage into the world of Pop and beyond as Sedona. With her debut single “Call Me Up” turning heads, her soulful power bop is more than just a song, but rather, a femme anthem music lovers from today, tomorrow, and yesterday can enjoy." - Curated By Girls
"Sedona’s work serves as a remedy of self-love for femmes and allies. With a focus on confrontation and acceptance, she attempts to cultivate a community of, what she calls, “rockers, rollers, and midnight strollers” through the narratives within her music." - Coeval
"a style of her own that matches the uniqueness of her sound" - Wild Honey Pie