QCODE’s “Electric Easy” is a scripted, neo-noir sc-fi musical show written by Vanya Asher (Shadow and Bone) and produced by Kesha. Kesha voices the role of Zephyr, a nightclub MC at a venue called Electric Easy, set in a futuristic Los Angeles where robots called “electrics” and humans clash over sharing space. In this world, co-existing is more about survival, technology rules, and a dangerous underground scene breeds gangs.
The story is told from different characters’ viewpoints who navigate the unpredictable, modern world. At its heart, “Electric Easy” is a forbidden love story between a robot and human. This series also provides commentary on social issues, as told in “Electric Easy’s” fictional narrative.
In the first episode, listeners hear from Lucky and Skinner, sent to Electric Easy on a mission to kill. Lucky is a new member of the Diamond Dogs gang who is second-guessing the mission. Listeners are brought through an amped nightclub atmosphere. The club’s attendees are droids and humans, dressed to the nines and ready to party at their favorite club. This is where we meet the ecstatic Zephyr, hyping the club’s crowd for the night’s events. The stage is turned over to Vector, the night’s performer, voiced by singer/songwriter Chloe Bailey. Vector delivers a heartfelt performance, leaving Lucky floored. What will happen next?
Kesha and Chloe wrote original songs for the series, and we’re looking forward to hearing them throughout the episodes. Chloe is known as one half of the duo, Chloe x Halle. Kesha is a singer, songwriter, and actress. She hosted another podcast started during quarantine, “Kesha and the Creepies,” that interviewed celebs on supernatural topics and alternative lifestyles.
The show has an incredible cast, starring Mason Gooding, Frances Fisher, Happy Anderson, Jojo T. Gibbs, Benito Skinner, Lachlan Watson, Erica Ash, Sugar Lyn Beard, Sean Maguire, Jen Kober, Detox, and Brendan Jordan.
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