About the Event
Born and raised in Phoenix, Danielle Durack emerged onto the indie-rock music scene with a refreshingly earnest and unpretentious sound. A true child of 2000s pop, Durack’s music boasts saccharine hooks, streamlined songwriting, and a penchant for the dramatic. This year, Durack released No Place—a self-professed breakup record and a towering achievement, both for its lyrical honesty and its musical ambition. No Place is Durack at her most refined and focused; it is both the most vulnerable and the most poised she has ever been on record. The album drew the attention of Pitchfork, NPR, and Uproxx, among other music outlets.
Excerpt: A true child of 2000s pop, Danielle Durack’s music boasts saccharine hooks, streamlined songwriting, and a penchant for the dramatic.