by Adelaide Sandvold ’18
This Saturday, the Horn Gallery will welcome New York singer/songwriter Mitski. Her sound is familiar yet unique, blending genres like folk, punk, pop, and blues. Her most recent release, Bury Me at Makeout Creek, showcases Mitski’s pure voice and bright melodies while also undercutting her sweet style with sharp guitars and intense drums. These qualities create an utterly satisfying and intriguing product. When it comes to lyrics, Mitski has mastered the technique of making her subject matter relatable but also undeniably personal. Her show is sure to thrill all in attendance and be a Horn highlight of the semester.
5 songs to check out before the show:
- “first love / late spring”
- “Liquid Smooth”
Kenyon’s own Addie Pray will be opening.
Doors open at 9:30 p.m. The show starts at 10 p.m.