New Music Critique: Prism B!tch

Production8
Lyrics7
Music8
Vocals7
Musicianship7
7.4

Contact: bari@pressherepublicity.com
Web: prismbitch.com
Seeking: Label, Distribution, Film/TV
Style: Alt-Rock

Prism B!tch delivers a tight, edgy, female- powered brand of punk-fueled pop-rock with songs that clock out at 3 minutes or less. Think Breeders, Hole, maybe Paramore, with a dusting of Go-Go’s. These are hooky tunes where a sometimes cute/innocent voice (from Lauren Poole or Lilah Rose) can pinch your cheek while it slices you in the belly. That would describe “In N Out” which maximizes its soft verse/loud chorus format. “Heathers” shows the band’s penchant for retro elements (Farfisa-like organ). And while “Too High” features a thoroughly metal scream, we feel the band’s attack could stand to be brought up to modern ears by integrating some newer elements, maybe some electronic effects.

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