Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot’s performance will include Nadya Tolokonnikova among others, Pussy Riot’s member whose identity was unfortunately and abruptly revealed after her arrest for performing 35 seconds of the Punk Prayer “Virgin Mary, Put Putin Away” in Moscow’s Savior’s Cathedral in 2012. Pussy Riot’s worked on new music and video art, such as: “I Can’t Breathe”, their first English language song made in honor of Eric Garner, “Chaika” about Russia’s corrupt prosecutor general, “Make America Great Again” which was eerily created and shot before #45 was elected president, and “Police State” with a video starring Chloe Sevigny and released at the end of last year. Alongside the performances, there will be new art revealed to spread the continued calls for action and protest to a wider audience.Art is just a part of Pussy Riot’s mission. Pussy Riot would like to rally with you at these upcoming live performances.

Rising queer pop musician Dorian Electra makes music that defies gender norms. Dorian is best known for their series of colorful pop music videos about the history of sexuality and gender like "Clitopia" (Ode to the Clitoris), "2000 Years of Drag," and "Vibrator" (2016). Electra’s songs blend 00s pop and 80s funk. Their live performances feature choreographed dancers, video projections, and their on-stage persona is best described as a mix of an early 2000s Britney Spears and a sleazy Las Vegas lounge singer. Electra's gender-bending vocals were featured most recently on Charli XCX’s “Femmebot” with Mykki Blanco. Dorian is currently working on a debut EP.

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