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"For fans of the Ramones and the Go-Go's… the band's 'Misfit' EP draws outside the lines with some wonky keyboard lines... but mostly is hop-in-the-convertible cruising music." --Kevin Bronson, BuzzBands.LA "The songwriting that the band puts on… lays down a dichotomy of emotion and skill that you have to admire. Catch them right now before they get picked up by a major." --Sellout Records "With...a punk snarl akin to that of The Runaways, Los Angeles four-piece Electrets' music video for the infectious title track of its 2014 EP, Misfit.. matches the angst and attitude which is conveyed through their enticing single." --Speak Into My Good Eye "…you are going to fall in love with the way the guitars work, the bass lines can walk around, and the keyboards isolate that old school rockabilly and punk swing style. Don’t get this twisted, they are not to be confined in one style, but rather the ethos of those genres seems to permeate.. and create a style all its own." --Sir Jorge, punk rock blogger, review of 'Misfit' EP ------------------------------ The Electrets released their first EP entitled 'Misfit' on August 16th, 2014 at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, opening for pop punk outfit Hey Violet (formerly Cherri Bomb). They've been played by Kevin Bronson on BuzzBands.LA, and by DJs Mr. Shovel and Julie Slater on LA's 88.5 KCSN, by Jason Ellis' "new music Wednesday" on Sirius/XM Faction, and various internet radio stations. Their track "See You At The Morgue" was featured on DJ Mr. Shovel's "Favs of 2014" playlist. The band released the single "Falling Awake" with b-side "Has Been" on May 29th, 2015. "Has Been" has been licensed for a forthcoming documentary about roller derby. Singer and multi-instrumentalist Tiff Schirz formed the all-female Electrets in late 2013 with bassist Stephanie Rose, after the two met through a mutual friend. Soon Mindy Ihrke stepped in to cover keyboards, percussion and some vocals, and Andrea Cline completed the lineup on drums. Ihrke departed the band in 2015 to start a family, and Hannah Ferber stepped in as her replacement. Influenced by bands like the Ramones, the Pretenders, and the Go-Go's, the band blends punk and power-pop grooves with quirky keyboard lines, harmonies, and modern-day female irreverence. The name 'Electrets' was taken from an old electret-type microphone - a nod to the band's affinity for technology and sounds from the analog era. -- facebook.com/electrets soundcloud.com/electrets electrets.bandcamp.com twitter @electretsband instagram @electrets theelectrets@gmail.com
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Genres:
Punk, Rock, Alternative
Band Members:
Andrea: Drums, Steph: Bass, Hannah: Keys, Tiff: Guitar
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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About Electrets

"For fans of the Ramones and the Go-Go's… the band's 'Misfit' EP draws outside the lines with some wonky keyboard lines... but mostly is hop-in-the-convertible cruising music." --Kevin Bronson, BuzzBands.LA "The songwriting that the band puts on… lays down a dichotomy of emotion and skill that you have to admire. Catch them right now before they get picked up by a major." --Sellout Records "With...a punk snarl akin to that of The Runaways, Los Angeles four-piece Electrets' music video for the infectious title track of its 2014 EP, Misfit.. matches the angst and attitude which is conveyed through their enticing single." --Speak Into My Good Eye "…you are going to fall in love with the way the guitars work, the bass lines can walk around, and the keyboards isolate that old school rockabilly and punk swing style. Don’t get this twisted, they are not to be confined in one style, but rather the ethos of those genres seems to permeate.. and create a style all its own." --Sir Jorge, punk rock blogger, review of 'Misfit' EP ------------------------------ The Electrets released their first EP entitled 'Misfit' on August 16th, 2014 at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, opening for pop punk outfit Hey Violet (formerly Cherri Bomb). They've been played by Kevin Bronson on BuzzBands.LA, and by DJs Mr. Shovel and Julie Slater on LA's 88.5 KCSN, by Jason Ellis' "new music Wednesday" on Sirius/XM Faction, and various internet radio stations. Their track "See You At The Morgue" was featured on DJ Mr. Shovel's "Favs of 2014" playlist. The band released the single "Falling Awake" with b-side "Has Been" on May 29th, 2015. "Has Been" has been licensed for a forthcoming documentary about roller derby. Singer and multi-instrumentalist Tiff Schirz formed the all-female Electrets in late 2013 with bassist Stephanie Rose, after the two met through a mutual friend. Soon Mindy Ihrke stepped in to cover keyboards, percussion and some vocals, and Andrea Cline completed the lineup on drums. Ihrke departed the band in 2015 to start a family, and Hannah Ferber stepped in as her replacement. Influenced by bands like the Ramones, the Pretenders, and the Go-Go's, the band blends punk and power-pop grooves with quirky keyboard lines, harmonies, and modern-day female irreverence. The name 'Electrets' was taken from an old electret-type microphone - a nod to the band's affinity for technology and sounds from the analog era. -- facebook.com/electrets soundcloud.com/electrets electrets.bandcamp.com twitter @electretsband instagram @electrets theelectrets@gmail.com
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Genres:
Punk, Rock, Alternative
Band Members:
Andrea: Drums, Steph: Bass, Hannah: Keys, Tiff: Guitar
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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