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The Blow with Melissa Dyne

Performing Arts

Photo: Chas Bowie

The Blow with Melissa Dyne

special guest Blair

Next@Wex

This popular series introduces young indie scene music innovators in our intimate black box venues and welcomes breakout bands to larger theaters.

Fri, Nov 12, 2010 9 PM

"The songs are as charming, detailed and touching as ever. What more do you really need?"—Pitchfork

Khaela Maricich, who performs delightfully wry, lo-fi electro-pop under the name the Blow, returns to the Wexner Center with a special show that furthers her keen interest in boundary-blurring performance cabaret with a shimmying beat. Working with her collaborator, installation artist Melissa Dyne, who contributes sparkling visuals, lighting, and sonic elements for the evening, Maricich creates a witty narrative framework with twists about creating demos on spec for a tabloid-target actress looking to her for instant indie-pop cred. At a recent appearance at Joe's Pub, the Public Theatre's music venue, a New York Times reviewer offered this enthusiastic capsule: "The performance was an elaborate cabaret, replete with ornate stories about recording sessions, swapped life tales, and a pair of strappy gold pumps ostensibly given as a gift from (a celebrity muse, who shall go nameless) to Ms. Maricich.... They were terrific, the new songs, believable as identity-bending pop from a fallen celebrity or as deeply felt parody or as chipper performance art."

Special guest Blair opens the show.

The Blow - Knowing the Things That I Know

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