Helixx C. Armageddon is a storyteller intrigued with exploring the human condition through experimental/avant-garde Hip-Hop. She is a performance artist that weaves together poetry, music and theatre to shift her audiences from observers to participants. Known for impassioned performances, Helixx channels a space for community, connection and dialogue. For her, words are powerful and create more than narrative; words create action and momentum towards a more just world. Helixx has performed in notable venues around New York City including Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Bowery Poetry Club, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theatre, Hammerstein Ballroom, Knitting Factory, Gene Frankel Theatre, Howl! Happening, Blue Note Jazz Club, Tibet House US and the Leslie- Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. Currently, she is working on House of Helixx: Book 2. You can find her performing in New York City art galleries, DIY venues, theaters and laundromats.
Dripping with pensive emotion and sincerity, House of Helixx – Book 1is a heady, cinematic conceptual album that is both a memoir and lucid dream, written and performed by New York City native, raconteur and long established lyricist Helixx C. Armageddon.
Grounded in muddy, swampy, meditative soundscapes by producer /engineer Shanty Gallos, in-tandem with brooding, otherworldly hand-drawn illustrations and creative direction by multidisciplinary artist Ian “Bub” Davis, House of Helixx is a journey unlike any other.
Featuring noteworthy guest appearances from the Anomolies gender justice collective and underground hip-hop mainstay Jise, this 13 track art project is a communal experience. House of Helixx was conceived in music therapy, while Helixx was recovering from a near death experience. The album is all about mental health and talks through topics we are all dealing with today. Although she’s been featured on many music releases since the 1990’s this is her first album. House of Helixx: Book 2 is already in production.