March 29, 2017 | doors at 8:30pm
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Sorry, Mom! Productions and The EARL present:
Breathers | IMA DO
- DAY OF SHOW
“By combining elements of surreal, personal narratives and her quasi-Brazilian-style strum, Adron’s songs [are] at once baroque and hypnotic,” writes music critic Chad Radford at Creative Loafing.
Adron’s music is infused with an international texture and a remarkably vintage, yet completely original and personal sound. While able to craft polished and mature songs, she also possesses a bold and often bizarre sense of humor that she manages to sneak into her lyrics. Adron also adds a unique array of embellishments such as birdcalls and other vocalizations, and sings eloquently in three languages. Musically, she seems almost oblivious to her upbringing as a suburban Chicago native and longtime Atlanta resident, instead floating in a musical ether of exotic influences. Though the music pleases effortlessly, it is Adron’s rare ability to meld genre, geography and musical epochs that reveal the true breadth of her talent.
“Born as it is out of a true love for tradition, Adron’s inclusion of world music elements never feels trite or tacked on; her music is as warm and spirited as the cultures that have inspired it.” -Flagpole, Athens, GA
She is often touring across the US, playing alongside artists like Toubab Krewe, Reggie Watts, Reptar, Space Trucks (Of Montreal side project), Cate Le Bon, and Bright Black Morning Light. She is also a mainstay at the 30A Songwriters Festival. Outside her own creative endeavors, Adron has collaborated with artists such as Prefuse 73, Helado Negro, Francis & The Lights, The Shadowboxers, The Selmanaires, Little Tybee, and visual/sound artist Michael Alan. She is currently recording material for her next two full-length records; one a concept album about death, mazes and the Amazon called Thanatrópica, the other a follow-up to Organismo titled Water Music, which is expected to be released in early 2015.
"My favorite band ever." -Eddie Owen (Eddie Owen Presents, The Red Clay Theater, Eddie's Attic)