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Noise Pop Presents: Tacocat 

When: Fri., Nov. 9, 7:30 p.m. 2018
Price: $15-$18


This woman-centric band from Seattle was inspired in part by the riot grrrl bands of the ’90s, and while its members have a sense of humor, the message they convey is serious. Bree McKenna (bass), Emily Nokes (lead vocals), Eric Randall (guitar), and Lelah Maupin (drums) range all over the musical spectrum with echoes of Brill Building pop, a hint of Latin rock, and plenty of psychedelic shredding. They’re known for their blistering energy, catchy melodies, and arch, ironic lyrics, but they also have a darker, moodier side. Their most recent album, Lost Time, released in 2016, mirrors the energy of the band’s live shows, but it’s also a bit more cynical than their previous efforts, inspired in part by the rhetoric filling the air before the election of our current president. The band is currently working on songs for a forthcoming album and will be pleasing fans with plenty of newly written tunes.
— j. poet


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