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Rye Rye

All is noise. All day, every day. Car horns in the city, rainfall in the country, radio static, passing airplanes, the hum of highways, the rattle of subway cars, the millions of voices chattering away into chirping phones—the music of living is loud. From that first blaring buzz of the morning alarm to the front-door slam at night, we exist inside an orchestra of loud life.

Not all noise is music. Yet Go! Pop! Bang! is a synthesis of everything that moves in our cities and in our minds—modern life mixed in with a bit of LP wax. With the arrival of her debut, Baltimore's Rye Rye has distilled the sounds of living into an unclassifiable collection of ten tracks, a collision of the mad movement of every day into a celebratory dance. You might call it rap. It could be hip-hop. This is undeniable dance music (just try to stand still), but it's also pop, beat, rock, hardcore, and industrial melody. Put another way: it sounds like life now. And tomorrow.

In her 19 years, Rye Rye has lived more than most. Pulling herself up and out of the Baltimore projects by her own determination, wiling away hours in the city's all-ages club scene not to waste her time but to make something of her time. Seminal shows on station 92Q with DJs like late, legendary K-Swift opened up new worlds, dance nights morphing into impromptu competitions, feeding her ambition. All of this sound, vision, bombastic and beautiful boasting have coalesced to inform her singular persona and performance. (Even The New York Times has taken notice, raving of her recent HARD NYC set: "Rye Rye delivered her rat-a-tat rhymes—fast, competitive boasts—over the sparse electronic propulsion of Baltimore club music while she outdanced everyone else on the festival bill.")

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