XIMXIA’s voice . . . evokes notes of Tori Amos with a slight Portishead and Ellie Goulding feel musically. . . . XIMXIA has crafted an excellent track that does what any good music should - makes the listener feel. ”

Matt Richards, Celeb Magazine

Her vocals move effortlessly from clear pop to a more potent and sedative sound, their versatility a drawing factor for XIMXIA’s music. Her original sound can be described as classical music meeting modern pop, an intriguing blend that works well with her voice and lyrical concepts. XIMXIA’s passion for music pours out of her vocals, the emotion taking you along the story with her. ”

Buzz Music


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Friday, July 14th

BB: Indie Mixtape Live at Hotel Utah • JULY ft. Hana Bryanne, Michael Bang, XIMXIA, Austin Waz, Alvie Alex Adams, Christopher Kenji, The Hot Takes, Joyce Lee, Freedom Heartsong

7 pm / $10 adv / $15 door 21+ with ID

Join us at Hotel Utah for Balanced Breakfast's monthly artist-in-the-round event featuring drinks, bar food, and a mix of today's hottest music performed by today's best up-and-coming musicians. Performing artists have come from the Bay and afar for your viewing pleasure. Over the three-hour event, you will enjoy original music from 9 indie musicians.

8:00P Jared, The Hot Takes facebook.com/thehottakes

Joyce Lee Fb.com/joyceleelive

Freedom Heartsong facebook.com/freedomheartsong/

9:00P Christopher Kenji facebook.com/christopherkenjiofficial

Alvie Alex Adams, Alvie & The Breakfast Pigs facebook.com/thebreakfastpigs

Melody Renae facebook.com/profile.php?id=100089684941674

10:00P XIMXIA facebook.com/ximxiamusic

Hana Bryanne facebook.com/profile.php?id=100075882036661&mibextid=LQQJ4d

Michael Bang https://www.facebook.com/michaelbangmusic

General Admission (21+) | $10.00 ADV / $15 Door



Ximxia Lauren D'Abate

Top 20 Billboard charting artist XIMXIA (pronounced shim-shee-ya), a versatile Los Angeles singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, debuted her first single, “Don’t Follow Me,” with an impressive #19 Billboard Dance Club ranking, making its way to radio shortly thereafter. She can attribute the early success to the handfuls of musical heredity and experience in her sonic swirl—a strikingly original sound rooted in the influence of some of rock and pop’s greatest singular visionaries.

Individuality and poignant self-expression are constants in XIMXIA’s musical universe. The equation works like this—XIMXIA sings her truth and you dance. Fans who can’t help but stamp a label on her music are wise to call it borderless pop. 

Growing up in Buffalo, New York, music was about as common as oxygen in XIMXIA’s childhood home. She began studying classical piano as a precocious youngster and was soon writing and singing original songs with her two younger sisters. Before long, she was joining bands and winning over audiences at open mic nights. 

Following a stint studying piano performance at Montreal’s McGill University, XIMXIA’s music career landed her in New York City, Washington, DC (where her previous band performed at noted indie rock venue Black Cat), and now Los Angeles—the planet’s biggest pop hub. 

In September 2020, XIMXIA revealed even more of her genre-busting truth with a new EP. The lead single “Anywhere But Here” was produced by #1 Billboard charting producer/writer Ted Kurie.  The horror-themed music video was written and directed by Wayne Williams.


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