Emily Blue Natalia Ice Rio Tigre Allegra Bloom
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Emily Blue, Natalia Ice, Rio Tigre, Allegra Bloom EMILY BLUE NATALIA ICE RIO TIGRE ALLEGRA BLOOM WED · SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 DOORS: 7:00 PM / SHOW: 7:30 PM $5.00 - $8.00 TICKETS This Event Is 21 And Over Share On Facebook Share On Twitter EmailSHARE THIS EVENT Sync event to iCal Sync event to Google Calendar EMILY BLUE Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Bandcamp Emily Blue Emily Blue's pop catalog is a phone call to another universe. Vibrant, neurotic, and genre-bending, the young artist pulls from some of today's most eclectic music personalities (think St. Vincent, FKA twigs, Billie Eilish). Moving far from her previous work, the upcoming record "*69" is less traditional and more character-driven, painting a portrait of Blue as a fiery pop-songstress from another realm. Blue (and producer Max Perenchio) create forward thinking yet accessible pop tracks, landing spots on Starbucks Reserve Roastery playlist and Spotify's Factor Happy. In 2018, Blue independently toured, performing at venues like Metro Chicago, regional festivals, and gender / feminism conferences around the United States. She also partnered with Nikon for the release of their Z 7 camera, showcasing Falling in Love as the first Nikon-sponsored music video on the new product. Look out for a busy future for Blue, including a new single in June, visuals, and interactive live shows.
Venue: The Bowery Electric
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