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gabrielle nicole pharms

entertainment, booze, and travel writer.


Visiting the World of ‘Electronica’: An Interview With Jean-Michel Jarre

Imagine the scene of over 1.3 million people gathered together in parks and on pavement to attend the largest concert to ever grace the planet. which landed a spot in the Guinness World Records — took place right here in H-town in April 1986 by way of the performance of pioneering French electronic music composer and producer, Jean-Michel Jarre.
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Computer Magic, aka Danz, Turns Sci-Fi Into Music

No matter what you call her, the Brooklyn-based musician’s sound is inspired, unique, and entirely her own. Here she sits down with COOLS to discuss what made her such a hit sensation in Japan. “I am no ordinary girl,” Danielle “Danz” Johnson sings on “Ordinary Life (Message From An A.I. Girlfriend)” off of her latest semi self-titled DANZ album.

Moby Sounds Off On Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt

As one of the most iconic figures in activism, visual arts and most notably the electronic music space, Moby’s never been one to sit still or quietly. Whether he’s dropping science via Twitter, memoir or record, it’s no doubt that the artist born Richard Melville Hall has schooled this world on the complexity of human nature.

Complementary Distortion: An Interview Sleigh Bells’ Alexis Krauss

Hypnotic beat distortion, rambunctious guitar riffs and candy-sweet vocals are but a few of the key elements that make up the sound of NY-based outfit, Sleigh Bells, comprised of Alexis Krauss and Derek E. “They say opposites attract — as cliché as it is — but the fact that we have such compacting, yet complementary personalities serves the band extremely well,” states Krauss.
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Classic Album: Björk – Post

(Elektra) June marked the 20-year anniversary of Björk’s most commercially successful, and critically acclaimed third album, Post. The Icelandic artist is akin to sushi. The consistency, flavors, colors, and other culinary details that makes sushi, well, sushi either attracts or detracts an individual’s taste buds.
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The “Strange Desire” of Bleachers

Bleachers, Jack Antonoff from fun.’s latest solo project, is the ‘80s band New Order– but with more eccentricity. Jack and his band filmed the video for “Rollercoaster” atop a moving ice cream truck. This qualifies as eccentric. “Rollercoaster” is a single part of Bleachers’ debut album, Strange Desire, which was released in July on RCA Records.
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gabrielle nicole pharms

published in:

- mixmag
- travel + leisure
- w magazine (online)
- imbibe magazine
- bourbon+
- uproxx
- texas monthly (online)
- houstonia magazine (online)
- the bourbon review
- byline houston (formerly free press houston)
- vinepair
- tidal
- teen vogue (online)
- jay z's life + times
- good magazine
- artist direct
- beatport
- outdoor technology
- vice sports
- insomniac
- wonderland magazine (online)
- vibe magazine (online)
- dj mag
- runway magazine
- billboard (online)
- ily magazine



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