Margot Day Brings The Wave To Metamorph the Senses

By Tony Sokol

Underground legend Margot Day’s new Metamorph music project is guaranteed to flood the senses and audiences are getting caught in The Wave.

Margot Day is back with new videos and an evolving stage show with her new Electronic Pop Dance Multi-Genre music project Metamorph.  The cult icon mesmerized New York City’s music scene as songwriting lead singer and flautist for the punk Goth band The Plague in the 80s. Day is mixing music, mysticism and mind-altering visuals at her Metamorph concerts and audiences are being moved into motion.

Tony Sokol Live ... and undead

By Tony Sokol

Underground legend Margot Day’s new Metamorph music project is guaranteed to flood the senses and audiences are getting caught in The Wave.

Margot Day is back with new videos and an evolving stage show with her new Electronic Pop Dance Multi-Genre music project Metamorph.  The cult icon mesmerized New York City’s music scene as songwriting lead singer and flautist for the punk Goth band The Plague in the 80s. Day is mixing music, mysticism and mind-altering visuals at her Metamorph concerts and audiences are being moved into motion.

The featured review in CMJ New Music Report’s Futures section summarizes her past and her present; “Margot Day continues to document her intense songwriting style and futuristic vocal and flute sounds. Day, classically trained in opera and flute, demonstrates her dramatic style with electronic-based musical accompaniment and dark, sensual vocals. Vocally, she’s similar in style to Kate Bush, Bjork, and Tori Amos.”

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