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Tacocat – ‘This Mess Is A Place’

Seattle has always been a place that spits out genre-defining musicians and bands. Nirvana. Hendrix. Modest Mouse. Ray Charles. But over the last 10 years or so, there’s been a rise in catchy feminist pop-punk – and part of that reason could be Seattle natives Tacocat. Back in 2007, Tacocat

Thursday 29 September 2016

Tacocat unveil music video for ‘The Internet’

Seattle pop-punk band, Tacocat, have unveiled a video for their anti-troll anthem, ‘The Internet’. The track is taken from their latest album, ‘Lost Time’, which was released earlier this year via Hardly Art. Tacocat will also be doing a Twitter Q+A tomorrow night at 11:30pm GMT, which you can get

Tuesday 03 May 2016

Tacocat reveal the video for ‘Talk’

As they run through the UK and into mainland Europe, Seattle’s sunshine infused Tacocat have unveiled the video for ‘Talk’. The track appears on their brilliant ‘Lost Time’ release, available now via Hardly Art. We recent caught up with the band to find out about their Seattle influences and delve

Thursday 14 April 2016

Delve inside the Seattle scene with Tacocat

Tacocat are firmly cemented in the Seattle live music scene, having recently released their third full-length of socially charged surf-pop meets punk. Unafraid to stand proud, the record continues their overt charge towards equality, highlighting some of the disconnect in everyday society. It’s a stance that has brought them

Monday 04 April 2016

Tacocat share video for ‘Dana Katherine Scully’

Seattle’s Tacocat have shared the video for the X-Files themes ‘Dana Katherine Scully’, taken from their recent ‘Lost Time’ full-length. The self-directed video marks another step in the band’s pop-culture references, in line with the album’s inspiration and following their theme for the return of The Powerpuff Girls. ‘Lost

Wednesday 02 March 2016

Tacocat reveal video for ‘I Hate The Weekend’

Tacocat have unveiled the video for the brilliant ‘I Hate The Weekend’. The upbeat surf inspired pop-punk track is taken from the band’s ‘Lost Time’ LP – an X-Files reference, apparently – produced by Erik Blood. “I would describe him generally as a beautiful wizard,” Nokes says of Blood,

Tuesday 16 February 2016

Tacocat reveal new track ‘Talk’, and record theme for The Powerpuff Girls

Seattle’s based Tacocat have unveiled their new track, ‘Talk’, the follow-up to the socially charged ‘I Hate The Weekend‘. Both tracks will appear on Tacocat’s forthcoming full-length, ‘Lost Time’, due on the 1st April 2016. Not content with just a new track and

Thursday 14 January 2016

Tacocat announce ‘Lost Time’ LP with ‘I Hate The Weekend’

“Women,” Tacocat vocalist Emily Nokes jokes, “they’re just like us!” Keen to tackle negative stereotypes attached to feminism, Tacocat are taking the upbeat surf-pop-punk beast by the horns and are not letting go. ‘I Hate The Weekend’ is a catchy, whimsical tune with a genuine socio-political message. As the band