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Thursday, December 11, 2014

VIDEO: Miss Alex White of White Mystery on Art Basel, playing Will's Pub and what's ahead in 2015

Posted By on Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 11:38 AM

White Mystery powered through their set at Will's Pub, rarely pausing between songs before ripping into the next one, as the duo had their way with Will's Pub's stage, with guitarist-vocalist Miss Alex White tumbling and somersaulting while simultaneously assaulting her guitar. One of our favorite scene documenters, Christopher Garcia, caught video from their set and interspersed clips from his interview with Alex, who explains that their first-ever Orlando show was a result of a specifically scheduled tour around Art Basel. Among insights into this year's awesome double-album release, Dubble Dragon, and what's ahead for their April 20, 2015 release, the exciting guitarist and vocalist admits Will's Pub was a place she'd heard about many times before and was happy to finally perform there.

“Punk music definitely connects a lot of different cultures, so it’s cool," she says, smiling, like she didn't melt faces on Monday when White Mystery opened for Quintron and Miss Pussycat. Watch the full video:


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