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Frontwoman Fest is a small festival founded by Adele Nicholas and Elaine Davis hosted in Chicago. Features interviewer and producer Jessi DiBartolomeo takes an in depth look into the festival on it’s fifth and final year, what it stands for, and the significance of the profits donated to benefit Girls Rock! Chicago, a non-profit organization dedicated to building a socially just community for youth.
Elaine Davis, who performs as Spaces of Disappearance, recently came to the CHIRP studios to hang out with CHIRP volunteer Jessi D. They chatted about the origin of her performing name, writing sad girl songs when you're not a sad girl, and singing into your phone as a songwriting process. They also check in about Elaine's work with Frontwoman Fest, a festival that features local female musicians to benefit Girls Rock Chicago.
The new Spaces of Disappearance EP, There Is No Loss, comes out September 2nd, 2016.