Who? This Ukrainian-born, Siberian-traveling, one-time Texas street performer has charmed critics and indie rockers alike with her stripped-down moody tunes about transient life. Ultimately, her wandering soul reconnected with her roots and discovered Siberian punk-folk legend Yanka Dyagileva. On her second full-length, Everyone is Crying Out to Me, Beware, the now Brooklyn-based Simone unleashes her powerful pipes-often evoking Chan Marshall-and employs the sparse guitar bits that put her on the map into an affecting tribute to cult favorite Dyagileva. Don't speak a word of Russian? No Problem. Simone captures the despair of the tragic icon, preventing the songs from becoming lost in translation. To flesh out the originally bare bones tracks, the singer-songwriter infused trumpet, cello, and slide guitar, but retains a lo-fi sound.