Pop-music-agitator Dorian Electra performs at Band on the Wall to celebrate the release of their most recent project My Agenda. The project includes 12 new songs ranging from remixes with Danny Brown, Alice Glass, Johann Sebastian Bach, S3RL, ElyOtto to additional b-side, never before heard tracks. Hailed by The Atlantic for being "an outright protest artist with a message to deliver" and Uproxx for "cementing their spot among pop boundary-pushers," it's no wonder that Dorian Electra has cemented their status as one of the most interesting artists to watch.
The deluxe releases follows Dorian's critically-acclaimed 2020 project in which Dorian examines the 'crisis in masculinity,' queer identity, and the turbulent and rapidly shifting landscape of political ideology in the age of the internet. Featuring production by Dylan Brady, d0llywood1, umru, Count Baldor, Clarence Clarity, Sega Bodega, and more, the project includes a masterful assortment of genres, including hardcore, metal, pop, dubstep, and epic baroque just to name a few. Earlier this year, Dorian released a video for "Ram It Down," a song from My Agenda, with NPR exclaiming it “is an unexpected, fun summer anthem with hyperpop eccentricities.”