This particular installment of Women of Rock offers up 5 more awesome female musicians to follow all suggested by Hedvig Mollestad. Read on to find out about five bands/musicians that’ll make you feel the rock from the ends of your hair down to your toes.
Welcome to Part 2! We’ve got 5 more all-female and female-fronted bands who are certainly shaking things up in varying genres of rock. Female badassery didn’t die in the 70’s, it’s still alive and well, you just need to know where to look.
Los Angeles based rock-duo Deap Vally release their song “Bad For My Body” via iTunes. The song was premiered online and now is available for you to stream via SoundCloud right here (look up dude)! “Bad For My Body” is one of the tracks on the duo’s upcoming debut album Sistrionix, which will be released on October 8 via Cherrytree/Communion/Interscope/Island.
Los Angeles based band Deap Vally are excited to announce the release of their debut single, “Gonna Make My Own Money,” on Ark Recordings on July 31st. The song is a raucous and energetic blues rocker with an infectious chorus that puts this all-girl group on the map as heirs apparent to the throne left vacant by West Coasters Sleater Kinney and Bikini Kill.
Deap Vally is a duo from LA’s San Fernando Valley (thus the name) and will be releasing their debut 7 inch single in the UK on Ark Recordings on July 31st. The a-side to this release “Gonna Make My Own Money” is making waves and can be grabbed for free right below. With rock-hard grit and all-girl soul, Deap Vally is made up of the howl of Lindsey Troy and the rhythm of Julie Edwards. Together, the duo break blues down to its simplest, most fundamental form: beat, melody, and meaning, while their scorching live shows are fast becoming the stuff of legend.