You may not know the name Margot Padilla but keep it in mind. She has been making music out of Los Angeles for about a decade and Padilla (i.e. I.E.) released her debut album (at the length of an EP) called Most Importantly (Deathbomb Arc), which was co-produced with clipping.’s Jonathan Snipes, and mastered by Thomas Dimuzio. She covers a wide range of styles and sounds going in and out of dance, punk, club, techno, electronica, and perhaps other things unknown.
If you are familiar with the work producer Snipes did with his previous group Captain Ahab, I.E.’s music would fit alongside their works, that chaotic/psychotic/far out-ic vibe that you’ll ever fall in love with or toss out the car window. With luck, you’ll do the former.
There is a vinyl pressing of Most Importantly available, only 100 copies were pressed and you may buy it from the Deathbomb Arc web store.