Join Never Normal’s First Bandcamp Live Show Celebrating Rising Trans-Artist KHX05’s Upcoming EP Release

Never Normal Records is constantly expanding sonically and as a collective. There is an infinite amount of space to bend waves and musically and spiritually. Like a soundsystem, all the noise that they make will come booming out of your loudspeakers whether you’re prepared for it or not.

One of their newest members, KHX05 (pronounced “Chaos”), is a queer/trans rapper and multi-disciplinary artist with Gullah-Geechee cultural roots. They are a force that is strong, fierce, and not to be fucked with. KHX05 has a lot to offer musically and won’t take no for an answer. Their exact words, “I’m here to fuck shit up. I’m already in hell and there’s nowhere to go but up.”

You can get a sense of KHX05’s personality, spirituality, and style from their most recent project, ‘BLXCK KXT,’ which hit over a thousand streams on Spotify and Apple Music before the end of 2020. KHX05 says, “BLXCK KXT is a character I created. It was a push for the rest of my new project… All the music I make is rebellious and embraces fierce energy, even my family is strong and fierce as well.”

BLXCK KXT’ is an unapologetic feminist club banger with a dark edge, and you can’t forget the verse Lord Narf blessed us with on the remix. The track transcends our expectations and we’re excited for the EP that will soon follow. Though not as excited as KHX05, “it’s going to be a little bit of everything, packaged in a chaotic way. Of course it will include electronic and house elements, but also punk-rock. The project is pretty much done and I am super stoked!”

All tickets will come with a copy of the EP available at midnight on 5.7.21

Tune into Never Normal‘s Bandcamp Live Show on Friday, May 7 at 9 PM EST to celebrate the release of KHX05‘s “BLXCK KXT” EP. In addition to a live performance by KHX05, be sure to expect an interview by Wonderpuff on “The Making of BLXCK KXT EP.” Tickets are now on sale for purchase on Never Normal‘s site and Bandcamp!

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