Grimes is, in some sense, a testament to the pursuit and creation of an artistic vision, no matter how outlandish it may seem, and making it fly, and the fact that she is controlling everything coming out of the PA from start to finish is also impressive. After an hour of songs, she speaks to the crowd for the first time.
Following an intense performance by Read Yellow, Campaign For Real Time dove head-first into an interactive set that proved why the group is quickly growing to be known as the biggest band to come out of Boston since the Dresden Dolls.
Since the high profile debut 1992 release, Tongues and Tails, that garnered a Grammy nom and added, “Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover,” to your permanent memory bank, Hawkins has moved about without much commotion. Now, fourteen years later, she is releasing her first independently recorded album, Wilderness.