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Attia Taylor Droppin’ Science at KFN May 2





Attia Taylor Droppin’ Science at KFN May 2

Child of the Girls Rock Philly program, Attia Taylor has since taken what she’s learned from her first band Oak Oak Okay which she started in GRP and has used her Mac and condenser mic to work her way into The Deli’s DIY heart. Rocking futuristic keyboard loops, synth twists, and echoey metallic vocals, her track “Mad Scientist” is reminiscent to Thomas Dolby’s 80’s new wave hit, “She Blinded Me with Science” - blended with a little Feist chill-wave. With self-described “music you can dance and cry to at the same time”, you could be candy-flipping in a packed warehouse or at home alone in your underwear, and still have the same intimate and exhilarating listening experience. Well, you could also listen to it in a packed warehouse in your underwear. But do you really want to be “that guy”? Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, FREE, 21+ - Katie Bennett
 

 

Published: May 02, 2010 |

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