Nina Grollman is your favorite local DIY pop star – but you can call her Softee. With only a handful of co-producer credits, her autodidactic production techniques assert the autonomous vision of a self-sufficient woman in a genre that tends to dismiss their technical abilities. Wearing her influences proudly on her sleeve, Softee combines the saccharine-sweet synth pop of Charli XCX, the nostalgic glamour of Gwen Stefani and deep, soulful vocals that find themselves somewhere between Kate Bush and Robyn. Commanding the dancefloor with 80's excellence and three-part harmonies that are sugary sweet and soft just like her, Softee asks for nothing less than the attention of the room.Venue: The Mercury Lounge
217 E Houston St
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