We are excited to have Emily Blue perform at the 14th ACR Gender, Marketing and Consumer Behavior Conference at 6:30 pm on October 10.
Emily Blue’s music 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, Pussy Riot). 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.
Lead singles “Falling In Love” and “Microscope” are catchy enough for the pop lovers and crusty enough for an indie crowd, showcasing the cotton-candy meets LSD production style of Max Perenchio (of the Gold Web). Listen to her previous releases Blackberries // Rico Acid, featured on Starbucks Reserve and Spotify’s “Factor Happy” playlist.
Blue’s debut album “Another Angry Woman” was featured in Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, and NPR Illinois and surrounds themes of gender and womanhood. All profits from record sales go to RACES, a rape crisis center in Champaign, IL.
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