Bodega Girls teamed up with Anthony Rossomando and producer Isom Innis (Foster the People) on the new track, “Surf’s Up America.” Recorded at Converse’s Rubber Tracks Studio in Brooklyn, NY, the song is streaming now and also available as a free download. There is also a video from the recording session, which you can check out
Check out “Surf’s Up America,” a new track from Bodega Girls feat. Anthony Rossomando (prod. Isom Innis)
The Boston Music Awards announced today their nominees for 2011, which include Mike Fiore (Faces on Film) and Bodega Girls. Mike Fiore of Faces on Film, has been nominated for Singer/Songwriter of the Year while Bodega Girls “School Night” got a nomination for Video of the Year. Also, nominated for Best Dance/DJ Night was Cool [...]
Bodega Girls are taking Cool Ranch into the fall on 9/28 at Middlesex Lounge in Cambridge, MA with the very first performance from The Bodega Sluts. There will also be a live performance by special guests, TRABANTS, featuring Mikey French Fries from Mean Creek, followed by DJ Paul Foley.
Lo Fi Hedonistic Dance Party
Jake Brennan and Evan Kenney gave birth to Bodega Girls in 2008. The six-tuplets were delivered by Adam Taylor and Paul Q. Kolderie on a hazy spring evening in Cambridge, MA at Camp Street Studios. More artist collective than band, Bodega Girls stated purpose is to make dance music. The psychedelic, New York in the seventies, Stones Some Girls, Summer Of Sam kind of dance music. This sweaty and soulful effort is brought to life by King EvRock, Jacob Otis, Carmaggedon, Jo Jo Tiny Buttons, Steven H. Christ The Lord, and Prince A.D.
Unconcerned with the trappings of band-life, Bodega Girls’ focus has been to play the occasional Be-In and record quality music for their rhythmically discerning audience. In the spirit of good old fashioned American greed and commercialism, Bodega Girls have shamelessly pawned their musical wares to HBO’s Entourage (She’s Into Black Guys), Svedka Vodka (Walk Of Shame) and others.
Bodega Girls can be seen (playing or curating) on the last Wednesday of each month at Middlesex Lounge in Cambridge, MA, where they host Cool Ranch or what Boston Globe contributor, Luke O’Neil calls a, “troupe of musical perverts and punk-rock Caligulas who have stumbled across the recipe for post- ‘rock band’ shine: eschew the trappings of staid old indie clubs and produce exuberant dance jams at once soulful and arch, with a rotating line-up of performers that’s like a traveling circus of party kids sweating all up in one another’s business. That means constructing straight-up party joints that reflect the big-timing vibe at their Middlesex Lounge parties — uninhibited ’70s soul fever grinding up on modern electro. It’s the swagged-out equivalent of anti-swag: not giving a fuck, but maintaining your chill despite that indifference.”
No shows booked at the moment.