If you're unfamiliar with the work of the New York Times Fashion-documented, Northwest Georgian hopeful - Bobbi Superbody - he's repainting the bedroom producer as a pastel-colored pop star. Bobbi has spent three years funneling the disparate sonics of America’s post-1978 Top 40 charts into their own smile-inducing, irreverently deadpan multi-media experience.
2017's 'Youth Music' found fans in Consequence of Sound, Office Magazine, and The 405, while launching the group onto the stages of Charli XCX Dorian Electra (in a performance art piece supporting Pussy Riot). His latest single Hollywood was released in August 2018 with PAPER Magazine proclaiming Superbody as "the greatest '80s pop act to emerge from 21st century late capitalism"
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