Music
All the Pretty Stars (2017)
  1. Release date 11/11/2017 Christina Ricci / Pleather / White Russian / Jennifer Lynch / Lucy / Unrealistic Girls / Mitsuko / Anything and Everything / Unrealistic Girls / Rocker Chick Vibe Recorded and mixed by Jason Jouver at +/- Recordings / Mastered by Danny Dunlap / Copyright 2017 Murder For Girls

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All the Wishes (2016)
  1. "Murder For Girls needed only two years to release a follow-up to their eponymous album debut. The result: more gritty rock and punk attitude, with some subtle new dynamics. These Pittsburgh-based femme fatales (plus male bassist Jonathan Bagamery) play the kind of halting grunge style that dominated the airwaves when bands such as Hole and Garbage were climbing charts. If you liked the debut album, you’ll love “All the Wishes.” This release has more nuance, structure and harmony than the previous. And the track “Murder For Girls” shows off the kind of slinking snarl you might hear in a live Jane’s Addiction jam." ~Bruce Siwy (Our Town Amped)
    06/29/2016
  2. "If early Go-Gos, Incesticide-era Nirvana & Mary's Danish had a party = @murderforgirls new album" ~Richard Smith
    03/05/2016
  3. Release date 5/5/2016 Sofia Coppola / Mathilda / Pacer / Don't Get Me Started / Murder for Girls / Penny Marshall / Orchid / Punky Brewster / 5 x 5 / The Feeling Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Jason Jouver at +/- Recordings / Art by Lisa Considine / Layout and Design by Aaron Zeman / Copyright 2016 Murder For Girls

Murder for Girls (2014)
  1. "The best thing I have heard in ages! Punky hooks and lovely harmonies with flavours reminiscent of the Donnas, Veruca Salt, Babes in Toyland and the Ramones Favorite track: Mitsuko." ~Master Harker
    2014
  2. Release date 6/14/2014 Start Over / Seashells / Blue / Rocker Chick Vibe / Mitsuko Recorded by Eric Johns at 14th Street Recordings, May 3, 2014 / CD sleeve art by Amber Weaver / CD label art by Aaron Zeman
  3. "Murder for Girls are a bit of a time machine, taking me back to the early 90′s stylistically. Comparisons can be drawn to early Hole, L7, Sleater Kinney, and even a punkier Smashing Pumpkins. If you were a fan of 120 Minutes as a kid, you’re definitely going to appreciate this EP. . . . this is a fantastic debut from a band that I’m really excited to hear more from. I give this record a solid four stars, and to date, this is my favorite release from a Pittsburgh band in 2014." ~Adam Social (Pittpunk.org)
    2014
  4. "Murder for Girls crank the volume, angst and estrogen up to ‘11.’ This four-piece group of Pittsburgh rockers do garage rock right with their self-titled release — five songs in a blistering 15 minutes that leaves no time for second guessing. Equal parts hypnotic and vitriolic, this offering is at the crux of vocal harmonization and clashing grunge-chord dissonance. The ladies (plus bassist Jonathan Bagamery) demonstrate a knack for strong, dynamic songwriting. And the raw, under-produced approach to recording is perfect for this style of music. Society’s most dominant female themes and stereotypes seem to center around either the mild homemaker or stiff corporate climber. It’s good to hear from some ladies who know how to let their hair down and rock ‘n’ roll." ~Bruce J Siwy (Our Town Amped)
    2014

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