BY LISA MROCK
K.Flay excels at diving headfirst into the underbelly of romance and attraction. When she sings about love and hurt, you can feel the knife she’s holding behind her back. Yet somehow, her latest album Every Where Is Some Where delves even deeper into her psyche. She describes her shortcomings before going into her mental and sensory needs in “Blood In the Cut,” while discussing the worry she injects into her family in “Champagne” (in a fast-paced hip hop style Twista would appreciate). “You Felt Right” dreamily discusses another failed relationship, but with no hard feelings. She has enough of those in reserve for the people who really deserve it.