Tue 10 Oct 2023

Other Location Vinyl
1374 West Peachtree St NW

Doors 7:00 pm / $18 ADV / All Ages

Miya Folick

In Miya Folick’s new record Roach, she doesn’t refer to the album’s title until   halfway through the tracklist. The song is “Cockroach,” a self-produced ripper that  starts with droning synthesizers and bursts into dizzying drums. She sings “Crush  me under the weight / Bitterness, jealousy, hate / Cause I’m a fucking cockroach and  you…

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Babebee, pronounced “baby,” the musical moniker of the elusive, Korean American artist (they/them pronouns), is an idiosyncratic soloist who could only exist now, in the modern era: prolific, collaborative, convention-breaking, endlessly ambitious, and impossible to define. Call them hyperpop, and you’d miss out on their experimental dance signatures, their penchant for bedroom pop melodicism. Call…

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