Biography
​Murder for Girls
Self-described melodic garage rock. Sometimes punky, sometimes riotous, sometimes balladeering, but always rocking.
Formed in 2013, featuring members, now or then, of Bunny Five Coat, Blindsider, Paris Green, Liverball, and Zits of America.


Current:
Jonathan Bagamery / bass
Tammy Wallace / guitar + vocals
Michele Dunlap / drums + vocals
Stephanie Wallace / guitar + vocals

Former:
Zorahna Weslowski / guitar + vocals


Being that none of us are overly eager to ramble about ourselves, here's what some various certified wordsmiths have had to say about us...


"Murder For Girls is a four piece band from Pittsburgh, PA who formed in 2013.  Murder For Girls play a melodic and catchy as hell style of music that incorporates elements of pop punk, indie rock, and grunge within their sound.  Musically, Murder For Girls can be loosely compared to bands such as Thin Lips, Worriers, Discount, Hop Along, Cheap Girls, and Speedy Ortiz.  Since forming in 2013, Murder For Girls have released a self-titled five song EP in June of 2014.  All The Wishes is the band's latest full-length LP, which was released on May 5th, 2016.  On All The Wishes, Murder For Girls offer up ten tracks of infectiously catchy punk, grunge, and indie rock.  Overall, All The Wishes is a killer LP and should not be missed.  Highly recommended!  Enjoy!"

~Chris Morris (Dead Air at the Pulpit)


"The fuzzy, fussy ’tude of local garage-punks Murder For Girls is at times surfy, reverby and dreamy, and other times screechy and frustrated. It brings to mind a mixture of ’90s Pacific Northwest riot grrrl and modern Best Coast-style pop. Two legendary alt-rock Kims are clear influences on Murder For Girls: Gordon, of Sonic Youth, and specifically her blurry, druggy, “say it, don’t spray it” vocals; and Deal, of The Breeders and The Pixies. This gives MFG’s work an almost sinister and brooding understated tone." 

~Andrew Woehrel (Pittsburgh City Paper)