I.E. (aka Margot Padilla) has been helping audiences loose their inhibitions for nearly a decade now. Emerging out of the same LA "Ravesploitation" scene that gave us Captain Ahab, I.E.'s music exists somewhere between bedroom K-Pop star, chola rave queen with a computer programming job, and outcast from the mall punk scene.Regardless of how you describe her music, Margot has always been intent on bringing the fun to everyone. So while a great deal of her shows happen at LA mainstay The Smell, some of her most memorable shows have happened at places like a farm with goats in the audiences and even at Hot Topic (where she pretty quickly got kicked off stage).Despite bringing joy to audiences for so many years now, 'Most Importantly' is I.E.'s first formal full length album. Long overdue. Produced in collaboration with Jonathan Snipes (clipping. / ex-Captain Ahab) and mastered by Thomas Dimuzio, this is I.E. refined to perfection.