In a world dominated by men, four rocker girls emerge. It’s not the most common picture, you must admit. But they do it since 2011. All of them have been previously involved in other musical projects. In the beginning, they’ve already experience inside and outside stage, which means they’ve knowledge of what they’re doing. Two of them are now full time on Anarchicks: Priscilla (leader singer and guitars, whose Playgirl faucet I had met before [she played with Steroboy and u-clic in the past], and now extinct Pressplay [with Lisa]) and Synthetique Red (bass, synths, vocals; founder of Mediatic Slaves [also defunct]). Two elements of the quartet still collaborate on side projects. I’m talking about Katari (drums, who played in Act of Anger and Living Dead Act, actually still playing in Casal Ventoso), and last but not least JD (guitars, bass; Random Notes’ founding member and bassist; guitars on Too Much To Touch; maintains herself as guitarist and keyboardist of Oh! Darling).
If I took an extensive note about their bios, I made it for a reason - it’s to comprehend better their music and influences. Despite the noticeable punk-rock, there are electronic touches as well, and Ladytron, for example, is not innocent. Feminist and rebellious, outraged lyrics are sung loud, to be listened even louder. Lisbon people, be aware: they’re playing a lot on the area, and the EP below pleased you, don’t miss the chance to listen to it by yourselves. The record was symbolically released on Women’s Day. Four tracks, four young women, four instruments.
Title: Look What You Made Me Do (EP)
Label: sound101 Records
Release date: 8th March 2012
Genre: Punk-Rock | Electronic
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