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Female rock duo, Tarah Who?, releases song inspired by mansplainer



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Grunge-punk duo, Tarah Who?, has released a new music video to their song “Pantomath”.

The video and vocals alike, reflect the aggression of being surrounded by someone who takes on the “all-knowing” persona. The female duo came up with the idea for the song while having a conversation with another musician — also known as the high-key “pantomath” — about their musical journeys. Lead singer, Tarah G. Carpenter, expressed to this unnamed musician that “there is not one formula to success, otherwise it would be known and there would be no point in having a story and standing out”. The feeling of being mansplained to led the duo to create this song overflowing with vehement energy.

Stream “Pantomath” below:

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Irene recently graduated with a B.A. in English and a minor in Music Industry from UCLA. During her time as an undergrad, she was an editor of the Westwind Journal, a member of HOOLIGAN Theatre Company, and a featured pianist at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center. She also received a top prize for her research on “Armenian Language Pedagogies Through the Arts” in the 2019 Undergraduate Colloquium in Armenian Studies. She aims to attend graduate school in the near future to continue her pursuit of writing and music. You can follow her journey on Instagram @theonewhereireneisfine

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