Note: Due to scheduling conflicts, this show has been rescheduled to Sept. 27. Tickets for the June 28 show will be honored at the rescheduled show. Should ticketholders not be able to attend the new date, full refunds will be offered at point of purchase.
From the debut of her first single, the shimmering "New Love," English pop singer Dua Lipa showcased a throwback vibe and a knack for catchy pop with soulful grit. In 2016, she released "Hotter Than Hell" (a Top 20 single in the U.K.) and "Blow Your Mind (Mwah)," and in 2017, Dua Lipa had three simultaneously charting singles in the U.K. Top 15: "Be the One," "Scared to Be Lonely" (with Martin Garrix), and "No Lie" (with Sean Paul). Her debut full-length, Dua Lipa, was released that summer, featuring her previously released singles as well as tracks like "Lost in Your Light," a duet with Miguel.
With such artists as Bloc Party, Panic! At The Disco, A$AP Rocky, Danny Brown, and Diplo influencing his electro–hip-hop–rock sound, Yoshi Flower is creating a genre all his own. After releasing his first single “Movies,” Fader called Yoshi’s sound "effectively early Lana Del Rey ... if her partying involved EDM." But listen to “Panic Attacks,” the collaboration with Yoshi’s friend (and roommate) Elohim, and you’ll be treated to raw and emotional lyrics sung over only a piano. His latest offerings “Brown Paper Bag” and “Just Cuz We’re Paranoid Doesn’t Mean They’re Not Onto Us” were just released via GRDN (his own imprint on Interscope).