The discussion covered a variety of topics such as Rico Nasty’s artistic inspirations, son, target audience, and unconventional style.
Multi-colored lights flashed behind the band but, when it came to punctuating their set, they turned to corny jokes rather than theatrics.
In addition to exploring themes of fashion and identity, panelists also examined the ways that gentrification has restricted Boston’s queer community.
It was obvious from the very beginning that Billie Eilish’s interests were centered around keeping the crowd’s attention every minute of her set.
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