Tagged: U.S. Girls
FADER PREMIERE: U.S. Girls just announced a new EP called Free Advice Column, and along with it, this new crazy-sounding, loop-based motown homage. Megan Remy has been revisiting ’60s girl group aesthetics for years, but … read more »
In this week’s Freak Scene, Jamie Johns discusses the pluses and minuses of all female compilations, a new release from US Girls and one from the defunct Yellow Swans. Check it after the jump.
Previously we viewed U.S. Girls as something promising. Pop sensibility cloaked under so many layers of hiss and extraneous noise that we knew we could like it, we just weren’t sure how yet. “Red Ford … read more »
Our brethren over at the FADER have a bi-weekly column written by Jamie Johns called The Freak Scene. Well, maybe we’re freaks, because she talks about a lot of the music we cover on a regular basis, including this week’s installment with Zola Jesus and Emeralds. read more »
Rez and I headed into Death By Audio expecting a noisy raucous affair, but were treated to a sonic wonder to start the show in U.S. Girls, Fiasco guitarist Jonathan Edelstein celebrating his 18th birthday with the help of The Homosexuals and the amazingly damaged soundscapes of Sightings and AIDS Wolf. read more »
So last night I went to a show at Death by Audio that featured the likes of well known noisemakers AIDS Wolf, Fiasco and Sightings. Opening the show was Meghan Remy, a Philly-based noise concoctor who goes by the name of U.S. Girls. I’ve been catching word of her performances for the past few months, but after finally seeing her for myself, I suggest getting acquainted. read more »