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Ten Local Women Musicians to See This Month

Ten Local Women Musicians to See This Month
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Luna Sol
Saturday, September 30
Herman's Hideaway

"High-mountain stoner" metal act Luna Sol is fronted by David Angstrom, but holding down the formidable low end (and earthy backing vocals on songs like "Death Mountain") is bassist Shannon Fahnestock.


Chloe Tang

Saturday, September 30
Marquis Theater

The Phoenix native is now based in Denver, making alternative pop both as a solo performer and with a support band. The singer-songwriter-pianist's first EP, Passion//Aggression, delivers hooky, emotional pop with echoes of Dashboard Confessional and Paramore.


Girl Scout Heroine

Thursday, October 12
Lost Lake Lounge

This new noise-core rock band is formed by veteran members of 16 Horsepower, the Blood Boilers, the Emirs and more, and they're out for blood and eardrums. Chanin Floyd, formerly of the GEDs and Spell, and once named Westword's Best Rockin' Mama, fronts the outfit with a fury. Stand in the front row if you think you can weather her hurricane-force holler.


Ivory Circle

Friday, October 13
hi-dive

Fronted by singer-songwriter Connie Hong, Ivory Circle soars with orchestral-pop anthems rooted in heart-baring songwriting. She's for fans of contemporary radio balladeers with an eye to hooks that sound like a collaboration between Vanessa Carlton and OneRepublic.


The Corner Girls
Monday, October 16
Marquis Theater

This garage-punk trio has risen quickly to the top of the punk heap, playing memorable gigs at both the Westword Music Showcase and the Underground Music Showcase, and continues to snag opening slots with their heroes. Explaining the band's "pastel punk" aesthetic, drummer Madi Pietruszka says, “It’s like punk rock, but flirty. And with glitter.”

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