Ma WHRB's Marvelous Mains: SXSW 2019 Day Four
Vocal powerhouse, producer, and songwriter, Zān does it all! They cite 90s RnB steez as well as their heritage as a queer South Asian desi singer as premiere influences behind their clean cut pop hits. Armed on stage with a vocalizer pedal and a backing track, Zān drove vocal runs through the crowd at the Aussie Barbecue.
This Chicago-based beauty will whisk your heart away on a long-maned horse through an oozing sunset. Her raw fuzz rock and wet Western wails reveal the acrid fragility of the modern-day metropolitan siren.
With the voice, guise, and mortality of an earth-bound angel, Lingua Ignota shed light on the cracks between mortality and vice, pain and salvation, and regained strength and retribution with her arresting performance at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
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Detroit-based Choker delivered an intimate performance at Antone’s Leaders of the New Cool showcase. His earnest eyes shined through lines connecting hometown memories, beloved family & friends, present purpose, and imminent futures.
Immersed in a fizzing vat of pickled unexpectancies, buds-next-door Squid lit the British Music Embassy aflame with their rascally rhythms, masterful harmonic textures, and hairraising timbral grain.
The pop-star-next-door, hailing from the one and only Chicago, Ric Wilson (left) lit up the Empire Control room stage with the help of some friends. The upstart rapper/singer/performer/dancer/entertainer rocked the crowd through some of his hits, even starting a soul train on Soul Bounce and bringing up Rane Raps to help with “Sinner”. With an ear for body-worm beats and heart of gold, this kid is the future!