Azita (born Azita Youssefi in 1971) is an experimental musician and artist from Chicago. She is usually associated with the Chicago no-wave scene, which included bands like the Flying Luttenbachers, U.S. Maple and Bobby Conn.
Born in the U.S. to Iranian parents, she spent part of her childhood in Iran and was attending grade school in Tehran when the Iranian revolution began in late 1978. Her family moved back to the United States soon after, and in the late 1980s, Azita began studying art at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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