Patriarchy


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GRIND YOUR BONES from ACTUALLY HUIZENGA on Vimeo.

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September 3, 2019

PATRIARCHY SHARES "IT GOES FAST" VIDEO VIA V MAGAZINE | RISING ARTIST OF DARK-WAVE SCENE BY DAZED | ASKING FOR IT LP OUT 11/8 ON DERO ARCADE

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August 20, 2019

PATRIARCHY ANNOUNCES NEW LP DEBUTS "IT GOES FAST" SINGLE | RISING ARTIST OF DARK-WAVE SCENE BY DAZED | 'ASKING FOR IT' LP OUT 11/8 ON DERO ARCADE

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BIOGRAPHY

Patriarchy is a stunning and equally surprising collaboration between the “Predator Romantic” herself Actually (aka Actually Huizenga) – LA-Based multidisciplinary artist – and Andrew Means (3Teeth multi-instrumentalist), revealing a new focus toward the darker, heavier side of synth-punk/new-wave & industrial music. Their fresh work explores themes of sex, power, subversion & death, with what appears to be an intense interest in Ancient Greek Mythology & 80's slasher films, a heavy dose of Mulholland Drive, and a sound that is equal parts ABBA and NIN.

Patriarchy is a stunning and equally surprising collaboration between the “Predator Romantic” herself Actually (aka Actually Huizenga) – LA-Based multidisciplinary artist – and Andrew Means (3Teeth multi-instrumentalist), revealing a new focus toward the darker, heavier side of synth-punk/new-wave & industrial music.

Their fresh work explores themes of sex, power, subversion & death, with what appears to be an intense interest in Ancient Greek Mythology & 80’s slasher films, a heavy dose of Mulholland Drive, and a sound that is equal parts ABBA and NIN.

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Press Clippings

“The techno-pop backing track plays against the visuals and lyrics to create, much like all of her art, a wholly disconcerting experience – in the best way possible.”
– DAZED

“…a thunderous, transgressive track that underscores everything to like about this up-and-coming group.”
– The 405

“…it’s a goth project in the best way possible—the band has a death metal logo, blood always seems to be flung around, and the lyrics are not for the faint of heart.”
– L’Officiel

“…more concerned with darkness and raw emotion than catering to the hyper-PC culture that reigns today…and it’s refreshing.”
– Office Magazine

Contact

Kip Kouri kip@tellallyourfriendspr.com
Kevin Grossi keving@tellallyourfriendspr.com