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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.
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