Rarely has an artist been so perfectly named. “Betty Who” is an appropriate moniker for the Australian synth-pop artist. Not because she’s an anonymous figure in the modern, brutal pop world but because she seems to have been spending the first few years of her career discovering herself, working out what she wants her signature sound to be and, of course, growing up. Hence, her last EP was called Betty, Pt. 1 and her new album is called Betty, despite the fact that they’re preceded by two albums and two EPs for RCA Records. She’s an indie artist now, going it alone, and she’s at the beginning of a new chapter.

Betty Who plays with Loote at 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16 at the Fonda Theatre.


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