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Xhosa, Babyteeth, Sunspeaker, Slurpee, Din Ra bring experimental electronica to Trans Pecos on 11.02

Xhosa. Babyteeth. Sunspeaker. Slurpee. Din Ra. If the names of the artist playing at avant-garde venue Trans Pecos on November 2 don't intrigue you enough, the music definitely will. Xhosa blends hip-hop, electronic, future, and smoky, piercing vocals. Slurpee's tracks are wonderfully spastic bursts of bubblegum electronica. Babyteeth (formerly RIVKA) produces chill vibes with dark tendencies for a haunting effect. Downright beautiful, hypnotic electronica characterizes Din Ra's music. With this eclectic roster, there's something strange for everyone.

XHOSA plays Aviv on 7/24

Brooklyn based musician and producer, XHOSA, does not try to puzzle us with obtuse metaphors or elaborate fabrications – she says exactly what she means.  Blending a variety of genres, from Hip Hop and R&B to '80s synthpop, in her latest single, “FEEL REAL,” the artist offers a reassuring message.  Throughout the song, she repeats “I feel real, I feel okay, everywhere that I stray,” emphasizing the rawness of both herself and of life in general.  The song ends not with XHOSA singing, but speaking of the excitements of life and the thin line between dreams and reality. You can see her live on July 24th at Aviv. - Madeleine Grossman


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