You may recognize Yes Alexander as the vocalist for the indie folk-rock band The Casual Lust, or perhaps through her collaborations with the hip-hop production duo Blue Sky Black Death. (In 2008 Yes Alexander’s vocals were featured on the BSBD album Slow Burning Lights.)
But you may also recognize this Brooklyn-based queer singer-songwriter (who’s also spent some time in Iceland) by way of her own solo efforts, which happen to be quite exquisite. This past January, Yes Alexander dropped KYANITE, a new collection of songs featuring haunting vocals over electro-pop beats.
This Friday, Yes Alexander finds herself in San Antonio, hitting the stage at Limelight, as part of a national tour in support of KYANITE.
Check out Yes Alexander’s beautifully shot video for Fever below.
Opening up for Yes Alexander will be gay rapper/Out In SA contributor Chris Conde and Chris Maddin’s electronic indie-pop project Filmstrips.
Yes Alexander feat. Chris Conde, Filmstrips
$3-$5, 9:30pm Fri, Feb. 5, Limelight 2718 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 735-7775, thelimelightsa.com.