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She may be an American in Paris, but underground
There must be a big difference between a European audience and an American audience.
Oh, definitely. I think in Europe they're really much more into the DJ or who's playing. So in Europe, they really go to see the artist; in America, it's more about the general vibe.
America sounds a little more difficult.
Definitely. And they understand the lyrics, so it's a lot more pressure.
You can flub them in Europe?
Yeah, in Europe you just sort of blabber between songs; no one really knows anyway. You just have to pay attention and make sure you get the right city.
You have a daughter now. How has that changed your work and your schedule?
Before, I could travel endlessly and go somewhere at the drop of a hat. When you have a kid, you have to plan every single thing in advance. It's brought a lot more schedule into my life.
That must be hard, because you have to be out a lot.
Yeah, and then wake up at 6 a.m. with the baby! It's all about finding the balance.
Catch Uffie live at The Standard Wednesday night from 8 p.m. to midnight (performance at 9 p.m.). RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.>She may be an American in Paris, but underground electronic artist Uffie is on no leisurely vacation.
The strongest hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in over 80 years tore off roofs and doors, knocked out power across the entire island and unleashed heavy flooding Wednesday in an onslaught that could plunge the U.S.
South Floridians awaited word from family members in Puerto Rico Wednesday after the U.S. territory was slammed by Hurricane Maria, which knocked out power across the entire island and unleashed heavy flooding.
According to officials, the mother called for the car service around 8 a.m. to take her and the child from their home off N.E. 86th Street to the preschool off 72nd Street and Byron Avenue in Miami Beach.
Firefighters, police and local volunteers pulled at least 25 bodies, all but four of them children, from a Mexico City school partially flattened by a powerful earthquake Tuesday, NBC News reported.
Police are investigating the death of a utility worker who fell from a parking garage in Fort Lauderdale early Sunday.
The International Space Station's Joe Acaba, the first astronaut of Puerto Rican heritage, has been affected by two hurricanes — even in orbit.