Tag: Tacocat

INTRODUCING INTERVIEW: FISH

If Ellie Rowsell from Wolf Alice is DJ-ing at your gig and Juliette from The Big Moon is ordering a drink at the bar; chances are you’re in a pretty solid band in one of the most exciting musical circles…

Discovery Of The Week: The Regrettes

If you like your garage-pop to have a witty feminist edge, you need to add ‘A Living Human Girl’ by The Regrettes to your listening list. The four-piece recently premiered the video for the track on Noisey, and it’s a…

LIVE: Tacocat – The Lexington, London 07.05.16

Watching Tacocat perform live is like straying in to a dream; a rainbow infused, super fun, psychedelic dream. Adorned in sparkles and superb attire (including skeleton jumpsuits, rainbow hair, blue pom-pom earrings, and a silver space helmet), fans were transfixed…

Gigslutz Video Vote, April 2016

It’s the third week of the Gigslutz April Video Vote! We’ve previously featured ‘Kiss My Frowning Face’ Mahoney & The Moment, and ‘Little Charmer’ by Stone Thieves. This week, it’s the turn of the Seattle-based pop-punk band, Tacocat. The band…

ALBUM: Tacocat – ‘Lost Time’

Tacocat are, without a doubt, the coolest – and sweetest – band around. They’re actual best friends, they’re astonishingly fun, they’re smashing stupid notions of ‘girl bands’ and they made the new Powerpuff Girls theme tune, plus their music is…

LISTEN: Tacocat – ‘Talk’

Following their last, fantastic single ‘I Hate The Weekend’ (featured as one of our Tracks Of The Week), Seattle pop-punksters Tacocat are back. With their socially aware, feminist ethos and infectious grungey vibes, their latest offering is just as wonderful as their last….

Tracks of the Week – 15.01.16

Tacocat backwards is tacocat… So is the notion that women’s shit isn’t real shit, and that’s precisely what Seattle’s Tacocat are fighting. With their latest single ‘I Hate The Weekend’, Tacocat take matters into their own hands, putting feminism at…

EP: ESTRONS ‘Whoever She Was’

Rating: If you’re trying to commodify the leftover shame from the weekend’s drunken antics, you need to listen to ESTRONS’ new EP, Whoever She Was. The Welsh rockers are back with four spanking new tracks which will knock the remnants…