“Dorian Electra is one of the most innovative artists alive right now.”
“one of Electra’s most fascinating releases to date”
“2020’s most audacious musical statement.”
“is a figurehead in a scene of pop music that’s extremely queer and femme-centric, walking the lines of ambiguity, genre, and of course, internet culture” – MTV News
“How did they even think to get the Village People and Quay Dash and Pussy Riot and Rebecca fucking Black on the same damn record?” – Flood Magazine
Today, Pop-music-agitator Dorian Electra announces the deluxe edition of their most recent project My Agenda. The deluxe version of the project, due out November 5th, includes 12-new songs ranging from remixes with Danny Brown, Alice Glass, Johann Sebastian Bach, S3RL, ElyOtto to additional b-side, never before heard tracks. Hailed by The Atlantic for being “an outright protest artist with a message to deliver” and Uproxx for “cementing their spot among pop boundary-pushers,” it’s no wonder that Dorian Electra has cemented their status as one of the most interesting artists to watch.
The deluxe releases follows Dorian’s critically-acclaimed 2020 project in which Dorian examines the ‘crisis in masculinity,’ queer identity, and the turbulent and rapidly shifting landscape of political ideology in the age of the internet. Featuring production by Dylan Brady, d0llywood1, umru, Count Baldor, Clarence Clarity, Sega Bodega, and more, the project includes a masterful assortment of genres, including hardcore, metal, pop, dubstep, and epic baroque just to name a few. Earlier this year, Dorian released a video for “Ram It Down,“ a song from My Agenda, with NPR exclaiming it “is an unexpected, fun summer anthem with hyperpop eccentricities.”
Since the release of My Agenda, Dorian has remained in the zeitgeist: in February Dorian appeared on the remix of Rebecca Black’s “Friday” alongside the YouTube pop-star, Big Freedia, and 3OH!3, they collaborated with Pussy Riot and Dylan Brady for a brilliant track called “Toxic,” they appeared in the Freak City SS21 Toxic World fashion show and it was announced that Dorian would appear on the Lady Gaga Chromatica remix project.
Also at the start of 2021 Dorian began to drop a series of covers including ones for Pharrell’s “Happy,” featuring 645AR, Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You,” Ariana Grande’s “Positions,” and a Tame Impala “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards.”
Additionally, Dorian will set out for a run of world tour dates at the top of 2022, making pit stops in North America, the UK/EU, and Russia. Ticket pre-sales will begin on Thursday, August 11th. For more information and ticket purchase links, visit: https://www.dorianelectra.com/