Dorian Electra Talks “Flamboyant”, Camp, and the Best Artists in Pop Right Now

“Always! And more, more, more, more, more, more, all the time,” said Dorian Electra, when asked how they felt about harpsichords. “Arpeggiated harpsichords, too. MIDI harpsichords.

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Experimental pop artist Dorian Electra released their debut album Flamboyant this summer, and although they describe it as “heavy metal baroque”, that somehow only scratches the surface.

With tracks like Musical Genius combining every instrument imaginable within the first 13 seconds, subject matters like corporate monotony and sugar daddies addressed with equal weight, and one of the catchiest choruses in recent memory on Man To Man, Flamboyant is a fantastic album you have to hear to believe.

Click the link below to hear us discuss their brand new tour, the Met Gala, their ideal future, and their love of Miami. Following the interview, I played some of their picks for their favorite artists in Pop.

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Matt Karas