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Split Works Presents: Perfume Genius
Editor's Description
Deep ballads about personal struggles and tales of life on the dark side from critically acclaimed singer Perfume Genius. The New Yorker says, "In his songs, Hadreas details the dangers that may confront gay men who express their sexuality openly; sometimes he turns the tables, adopting with pride the flamboyant queerness that bigots find threatening." Pitchfork gave his last album Too Bright an 8.5 and declared it "Best New Music". Seems like an interesting dude. Here he is performing at Pitchfork Festival 2015 in Chicago. Tickets are 180rmb at the door or 140rmb pre-sale. Starts 9pm.
179 Yichang Lu, near Jiangning Lu
宜昌路179号, 近江宁路
179 Yichang Lu, near Jiangning Lu
宜昌路179号, 近江宁路
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