San Francisco's favorite all female garage rippers. Mixing reverb-drenched jangly guitars with sun-soaked harmonies reminiscent of 60’s pop and surf bands, along with a plethora of influences from more fuzzed-out contemporary artists, The She’s have crafted a sound replete with emotion and sound: sometimes happy-go-lucky, sometimes gloomy/melancholy, all around brilliant; a testament to the city they were born and raised in.
HOWARD & THE GROUND
Howard's distinctive songs reflect that blend of emotional rawness, indie/experimental sounds, and classic rock groove. Audrey is known for her sweet, soulful voice, her playful on-stage banter, and her impressive guitar shredding. Along with drummer/vocalist,… Genesis Fermin and Veronica Savage (Dolorata, Hail Marys), — the group brings unbridled energy to the stage — don't miss seeing this Bay Area treasure.
“Purveyors of the four-minute popular song usually stick to cataloging one emotion. Gina Villalobos' compositions are not quite so simple, coming off the speakers like holographic Cracker Jack surprises that reveal a new depth with the slightest shift in light. Days On Their Side (Face West Records) finds her taking the Lucinda Williams model to a new level. (And it’s about time someone did.)
-AMERICAN SONGWRITER MAGAZINE
"… Proud daughter of a California that has gone astray, Chapman's working-class background and her respect for the state's oft-forgotten rural denizens mark her as a songwriter with a distinctive voice. Chapman shows a refreshing willingness to push musical boundaries, referencing muscular rock & roll, the expansive sonic textures of Wilco and the faded beauty associated with her pal Jolie Holland's torch songs. Chapman is a brave artist who appears to be poised for bigger things."
-SANTA CRUZ WEEKLY.