During the CMJ marathon we made our way to Drom, a great underground haunt located just outside of Alphabet City. The night looked promising, featuring acts like Project E.A.R., P.P.S. the Writah, Adrienne Mack-Davis, Krissy Krissy, and the dynamic art collective, New Villager.
Hosted by the charming, Cathleen Angelo, the evening started out with a performance by New Villager which was followed by the first act P.P.S. the Writah–who happened to be the guest hypeman for the original first act who was stuck in traffic. Writah held his own, but the young lady who followed afterwards stole the entire show. Her name is Adrienne Mack-Davis and her performance that night made us absolute fans of her work. A sound mixture of soul, spunk, and self actualization, Mack-Davis’ provided a moving experience that left the audience inspired, invigorated, and optimistic.
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