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   Reflective, Melancholy, and Raw is how to describe Singer/Songwriter Gabrielle Dawn. “Music like this makes you want to look into a mirror and deeply look within yourself” Through her introspective lyrics and raw voice you truly enter the self-reflective void of Gabrielle.

    

    Joelina better known by her stage name, "Gabrielle Dawn" grew up in the city of angels, Gabrielle drew most of her inspirations from the experimental DIY Rock scene in Los Angeles. Working with different artists around her local music scene she found herself making her own acoustic bed room demos, which led her to strive for a career in music. Her band The Wig Room, a garage rock band described as if Sonic Youth and The Pixies had a baby, is a major influence on her current music ventures, they have recently released their first single Hivemind on Big Boy Collective, The Border Kindness Complication, that is out now on Bandcamp and cassette, all profits made on this Complication go directly to the border Kindness Charity Organization.

    

     Gabrielle is currently working on her first EP consisting of her own originals and covers. Her side project The Wig Room is also working on their first full length album set to be released next year.  

 

 

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  • Bandcamp - Grey Circle

  The Wig Room        BandCamp

  • Bandcamp - Grey Circle
 

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The Girl from Ipanema
The Girl from Ipanema
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Kendall Rucks Release Party
Kendall Rucks Release Party

I wanna be your dog

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Silver Springs
Silver Springs

My ride or die Kendall Rucks and I at the Hi Hat in Los Angeles

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Mark Tansey
Mark Tansey
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Viper Room
Viper Room

Jinkies! My first time in the viper room and I played the @thesunsetjam hehehe #velma #scoobysnax

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Born with the moon in my hand
Born with the moon in my hand
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Just doin our thing. _the_wig_room
Just doin our thing. _the_wig_room
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Sylvia Plath
Sylvia Plath

“And your first gift is making stone out of everything. I wake to a mausoleum; you are here, ticking your fingers on the marble table, looking for cigarettes, Spiteful as a woman, but so nervous, And dying to say something unanswerable.” One of my favorite lines from my favorite poem The Rival. I’ve read all these poems inside and out thousands of times. I guess Sylvia Plath knows all the words to say.

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The Music Is You
The Music Is You
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