Public Goods Presents Princess Nokia

Public Goods Presents Princess Nokia

Ayes Cold, :3Lon

Sat, April 1, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$15 ADV $18 DOS

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This event is 18 and over

Princess Nokia
Princess Nokia
PRINCESS NOKIA is a musical collaboration between Destiny Ortiz and Christopher Lare. The pair met through a mutual friend and began to working together in early 2013. Looking to build a new genre, while embracing existing subgenres, PRINCESS NOKIA has created a neo-futuristic sound that is both relevant and avant garde.

PRINCESS NOKIA released their 1st independent album, "METALLIC BUTTERFLY", in May of 2014. The album has since received critical acclaim in both the underground and mainstream. Media outlets Fader and Vice both gave [album] rave reviews.

Their sound comes inspired by 90's Rave, Drum & Bass, with a nod to the raw New York & U.K. underground. "METALLIC BUTTERFLY" offers a diverse fusion of Trip Hop, Jungle, Adult Contemporary, Cute-Core, Grime, R&B & Afro Latin House. Latent, yet lyrically honest, with a creative approach their music continues to set them apart and attract a rapidly growing fanbase.

Reigning in downtown art cool with mainstream appeal PRINCESS NOKIA has been quickly gaining the recognition of various record labels, both major and independent. Recent collaborations include Red Bull, MTV World, and NPR ALT Latino. Kmart has currently licensed the song DRAGONS and is now airing it commercially.
Ayes Cold
Ayes Cold
DJ Ayes Cold is a selector currently based in DC. Two years into the craft, she has steadily developed a unique presence in the District's electronic and hip hop music scenes, spinning at major venues like the 930 Club, U Street Music Hall, Tropicalia, The Howard Theatre, Merriweather Pavilion, Flash, and The Hamilton. Ayes Cold has built a reputation around her eclectic selections and her innovative style of mixing, which seamlessly blends very disparate styles of music. Ayes Cold has opened for artists like Tokimonsta (w/ Anderson Paak and Two Fresh), and DJ'd at festivals like Trillectro, Broccoli City, Funk Parade, and the National Cannabis Festival. She also recently went on tour with an up and coming electro-feminist band called Madame Gandhi, spinning at two official SXSW showcases at the Speakeasy (Austin), the Bowery Ballroom (NYC), The Sinclair (Cambridge), and the Ardmore (Philly). In 2015, Ayes Cold joined a major electronic label as its first DJ, Fête Records. Catch her spinning every first and third Wednesdays at the Velvet Lounge with DJ Native Sun and check out her personal mix series, The Freezer.
Venue Information:
Metro Gallery
1700 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD, 21201