Funky, nostalgic, and fresh, Asta’s Shine EP will keep you on your feet from start to finish.
Our 9th instalment of the Girls Fucking Rock feature has been brought to you today by staff writer April Hartman, who, we all think, fucking rocks as well!
Danish rock trio Nelson Can is proud of their bare-bones guitar-less sound, citing the simplicity of bands like The White Stripes & the Yeah Yeah Yeahs as influences. A strong bass melody and rockin’ drum beat make their song “Miracle” a poppy dance hit with 80’s vibes.
The third record from Seattle’s Chastity Belt, I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone, boasts a more mature post-punk sound. Stream the dreamy tracks “Different Now” and “Caught in a Lie” now on their Bandcamp and pre-order the album dropping 6/2.
Asta reminds me of the pop star from the 90’s we all love and miss dearly. Good news for us is that she is just getting started. Funky, nostalgic, and fresh, Asta’s Shine EP will keep you on your feet from start to finish.
Botany’s Raw Light II bridges the gap musically between the earth and the rest of the solar system. Reminiscent of Pretty Lights, sample based and ethereal soundscapes are strung together by hip-hop beats and worldly percussion.
For fans of new wave dance-rock like Santogold and The Sounds. The catchy chorus in her single “How We Play the Game” will keep you hooked and on your feet. Her new album To You Never Again drops on 6/16.