Bubblegum pop with a sharp tongue that tells of wet dreams and surf paradises
Bonus points for covering Huggy Bear’s ‘Her Jazz’.
Jason Baxter sent me the following questions as part of his research for an article he was writing for the Tacoma/Olympia alternative weekly, The Weekly Volcano. The article has since been published, under the title Revolution Girl-Style: Then and Now. How did you hear about Morgan And The Organ Donors and Weird TV? Do you make […]
I’ve been meaning to link to this for a while.
“I didn’t listen to pop music growing up,” he reveals. “If I listened to music, it would be something classical”
she has quite the voice! great fucking instrumentation as well.
Yes, it’s X Factor time over here at Collapse Board as we announce the Top 4 bands from the previous post, as voted for by YOU, our readers. The four bands, as promised, will feature in Everett True’s next ‘First Ladies Of Rock’ column for the wonderful Bust magazine. Unless, of course, the editors say […]
So this dude emails me from out of nowhere, to tell me that he’s cancelled his subscription to Bust, a magazine he loves (and rightly so because it rules), because they haven’t yet featured Agent Ribbons, a female trio from Texas that is (in my correspondent’s own impassioned words) “so overwhelmingly Bust-worthy”. So the dude’s […]
My Friend Wallis have a bandcamp page where you can download a whole bunch of great “tropical dream-funk from Vancouver” like this, for free. Sole band-member Crystal Dorval like the female Panda Bear, and I didn’t even realise I liked Panda Bear that much …
I still write for a few other places. One of these is the excellent NYC femme-focused magazine, Bust, for which I write a regular column, Everett True and his First Ladies Of Rock, a short consumer guide look at some of the fine, unheralded, female-led bands around. I’ve been on at my contact at Bust […]