There are songs that immediately get stuck in your head and you find yourself humming along even though your first time hearing it. “Vintage” is one of those songs for me. If you are living under a rock or exclusively listen to bro-country Blue DeTiger’s show at the Fine Line will be your chance to get it stuck in your head. Just go ahead and grab your tickets HERE
Blu has been playing some of 2022’s biggest festivals, including Hangout, Lightning In A Bottle, Governors Ball, Bonnaroo and Electric Forest. She recently completed a massively successful headline tour of Europe and performed with electro-funk duo Chromeo at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
Last month, Capitol Records released “Crash Course,” Blu’s collaboration with Biig Piig. Consequence of Sound said, “The appropriately-named ‘Crash Course’ moves at an electrifyingly quick pace, complete with DeTiger’s usual funk bass and some delightful auxiliary percussion. It’s refreshing to hear both artists turn the tempo notch high while retaining their respectively cool styles, always effortless and wonderfully stylish. ”Magnetic Magazine observed, “their summer banger…[is] a dance-floor-ready jam.” Ones To Watch noted, “A loopy ride through electronic effects and backed by an infectious bass line, ‘Crash Course’ arrives as a chaotically cool track from Blu DeTiger and Biig Piig. As the ‘it girls’ in their respective US and UK lanes, this collaboration is lightning in a bottle. ”Check out the official video, which finds Blu and Biig Piig navigating the course at a go-kart track, HERE. Born in NYC, Blu became a staple in the city by age 16, DJing at different clubs and playing bass in the middle of her sets. Her strong passion for creativity -blending music and fashion -has led to campaigns with Levi’s and DKNY, Fender’s 2021 Up Next, and more. Early on, she toured with Caroline Polachek and Bleachers leading to a “Saturday Night Live” performance in January 2022.