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Remi Wolf w/ Rachel Chinouriri, Marathon Music Works

October 5 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

$75.01 – $143.35
Remi Wolf w/ Rachel Chinouriri, Marathon Music Works

Remi Wolf > Pop-Soul: Remi Wolf has remained steadfast in her position as pop’s most rule-shattering risk-taker. Since releasing her critically-acclaimed 2021 full-length debut Juno, the world has found it hard to look away from the irreverent, bold and colorful star. She’s racked up over two billion global streams, had top billing at festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza and Outside Lands as well as opening slots on Lorde and Paramore’s tours. Along the way, she’s worked with the likes of Nile Rodgers, Beck, Still Woozy, Sylvan Esso, Dominic Fike and more. The star is back this year with Big Ideas (out July 12th via Island), an emotionally complex yet still very funky new project that reflects on her transient life on the road over the last few years. In typical Remi Wolf fashion, the album continues to push the boundaries of genre and sees her challenging herself musically and lyrically with a mix of old and new collaborators, like Jared Solomon, Ethan Gruska, Kenny Beats, the Dap-Kings and Carter Lang, among several others. She has kicked off Big Ideas with lead single “Cinderella,” and leading up to the release of the album, she will open for Olivia Rodrigo on the European leg of her Guts World Tour.

Rachel Chinouriri > Singer-Songwriter: British singer/songwriter Rachel Chinouriri brings an indie sensibility to her experimental electronic pop with dark, vulnerable lyrics. Born in London to Zimbabwean immigrant parents with strict, traditional values, her limited exposure to secular music means she developed a uniquely personal indie folk sound. It was a style that distinguished her 2021 debut mini-album Four Degrees in Winter and her 2022 EP Better Off Without.

Chinouriri was born into a large family who had emigrated from Zimbabwe and settled in Croydon, South London shortly before she was born. Brought up with traditional, conservative African values, she was forbidden from listening to secular music at home but nevertheless discovered artists like Coldplay, Daughter, and Lily Allen, who formed the basis of her own style alongside African acts like Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Learning to play acoustic guitar, she developed a uniquely personal indie folk sound. In 2016, at the age of 17, she self-recorded a few lo-fi demos on her mom’s laptop with a cheap microphone and posted them online as the Bedroom Tales EP. The songs combined folky, finger-picked acoustic guitar and basic programmed beats with her smoky, soulful voice and surprisingly mature, dark subject matter; it attracted attention on music blogs.


October 5
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
$75.01 – $143.35
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Marathon Music Works
1402 Clinton St
Nashville, TN 37203 United States