So while a great deal of her shows happen at LA mainstay The Smell, some of her most memorable shows have happened at places like a farm with goats in the audience and even at Hot Topic (where she pretty quickly got kicked off stage). While her music focuses on dancefloor ready with heavy nods to wide-appeal, Margot uses this platform to reach people with a very unique sociopolitical voice. Young, poor, Latinas, rarely have representation in music, but through I.E. they do.
Margot has a knack for communicating some pretty dark truths about her own life in a manner that is really fun without sacrificing how serious she is. Despite bringing joy to audiences for so many years now, ‘Most Importantly’ is I.E.’s first formal full length album. Long overdue. Produced in collaboration with Jonathan Snipes (clipping. / ex-Captain Ahab) and mastered by Thomas Dimuzio, this is I.E.
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