Oct 2016 04

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, October 5 on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by LA riot-duo WASI.


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About WASI

Merilou and Jessie teamed up in high school after Merilou booked a show with a non-existent band. Under the moniker The Midol Poppers, they learned their instruments and wrote 30 minutes worth of punk songs that stemmed from the stories of their broken homes and outsider attitude. After their first show, they started writing and rehearsing just to play as often as they could — from high school themed parties to acoustic sets at the park. Without a plan but with a craving to create their own space away from teenage social structures and the norm, the duo recorded their songs at the Fullerton College recording studio and then self-promoted themselves by approaching bystanders with a pair of headphones and their music in hand.

Their debut EP, Bleed Pop, was released May 2015. They have shared the stage with artists such as Shiny Toy Guns, The Mowgli’s and K. Flay, have played select dates on the Vans Warped Tour, have performed at several LGBTQ Pride Festivals throughout the West coast and have been listed as She Wired’s “Top 10 Queer and Female Fronted Bands You Need to Know Right Now.” Live, they are joined by drummer Max Szullozi and guitarist/vocalist Charlie Moon.  

Their latest tracks, “Mama’s Gonna Get You” and “Superhero,” were produced by Shelby Archer, Paul Laliberte and Jeff Laliberte from Red Bull Records’ New Beat Fund. WASI continues to garner a loyal following in the LGBTQ and feminist music scenes as they contagiously spread their DIY work ethic, enthusiastic attitude and uplifting melodies, touching those are trying to be understood in their own tender time.

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