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Karina Rykman wsg Broken Robots

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1565 N Milwaukee Ave

Chicago, IL 60622

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Karina Rykman is going to be shredding at The Point on August 18th!

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Karina Rykman: In 2016, Karina joined the Marco Benevento trio, replacing her “guru” Dave Dreiwitz (Ween). In the many U.S. tours, trips to Japan and the UK since joining the band, Karina has developed a permanent and powerful presence in the band, playing headlining shows, festival sets, and opening for bands such as Dispatch, Vulfpeck, The Claypool Lennon Delirium, Guster, and many more.

Aside from her gigs with Benevento, Karina’s musical résumé has almost grown too large to keep track of, but includes highlights we’d be remiss to exclude: a performance on the Today Show with pop artist Julia Michaels, a now-famous soundcheck at Madison Square Garden with Phish, playing in the backing band (in front of Howard Stern, at Radio City Music Hall) on America’s Got Talent with a flame-spewing helmet on her head, gigs with the Everyone Orchestra (featuring Robert Randolph, Al Schnier, Alan Evans, Aron Magner, and many more), one-offs with the likes of John Medeski and Billy Martin, and finally, the formation of her own band.

Broken Robots: an indie pop/rock/hip-hop group comprised of three downtrodden antiheroes from the city of Chicago. "Home Is Not a Place" is the group's first full length album, and tells the story of the city experience through the eyes of ex-cons. The group was formed by Kat Baker and Tony Baker in December 2017, when the duo started writing music together in their Chicago apartment. They began by releasing single tracks on SoundCloud detailing their experiences with violence, death, mental illness, addiction, homelessness, recovery, and redemption. “Home Is Not a Place” is a compilation of these tracks, and sheds light onto the struggles of modern American life and how to survive it. They were later joined by bass player Lonnie Phillips, and are currently working on their second release, "The Escape Artist.

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