To celebrate the release of her stunning second album, MiiRROR, BABii will be performing a special matinee show, outside at The Ramsgate Brewery! A unique gig from the back of a transit van, also streamed live, and with support from Samuel Organ.
This will be the first time Ramsgate Music Hall has put on a show at another location. An extraordinary occasion indeed!
“We have a genuinely inventive new voice in pop” – Loud and Quiet (8/10 review)
Information about The Ramsgate Brewery:
- The address is Pysons Road Industrial Estate, 4, Hornet Cl, Broadstairs, CT10 2YD
- It is an outside space, equipped with a bar and toilet facilities
- It is no more than a 10 minute walk from nearby bus stations
- There is some local parking, though public transport is a safer bet
Music has always been a mirror for electronic pop adventurer BABii – a place where “I can dig out demons from the basement of my brain and set them on fire,” as the singer-producer it. “This album was definitely a new extreme…”. She’s talking about ‘MiiRROR’ – a record, book and accompanying alternate reality game that required new heights of self-reflection to create.
Written, produced and creative-directed by the production polymath, real name Daisy Emily Warne, ‘MiiRROR’ explores “the duality of emotions: good and bad, light and dark” across ten songs and a story full of demons and junk yards. The tale it tells may be fantastical, pulling fans through oil-smudged cities and glistening opaline clouds towards a climax in a beat-up transit truck, but it’s a universe built on real-life heartache – not so much a demon fire, but a brutal, beautiful inferno.
The result is a nostalgic, ambitious and affecting world to explore: one of the most imaginative and immersive new voices in the UK music underground, championed by BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, Loud and Quiet and The Quietus among others, inviting you to step through the looking glass of her unusual childhood via sound, story and image. Music has always been a mirror for BABii. She hopes this album can do the same for you.
“Gorgeously hypnotic” – The Guardian
“Her high-concept, DIY approach reveals a strength of vision that’s all her own” – The Line of Best Fit
“Utterly mesmerising” – Our Culture