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Journalist Mel Minter writes that Floozy’s debut album Open Can of Super Days (Flophouse Records) “is a big wet kiss of an album—exhilarating and dangerous, messy and calculating—a lipstick-smeared excursion into electro-acoustic folk-punk, with a shot of Thelma and Louise.”
Floozy, an all-female acoustic trio from Albuquerque, New Mexico formed in the fall of 2011. Their first full-length album, Open Can of Super Days, was released in 2012. A review in the music section of the December 2012 ABQ Arts Magazine touted their music: “You are going to want to pop the top when your eardrums hear what I have already had the pleasure of soaking mine in.” Floozy played a sold-out show for their CD release at Albuquerque’s Outpost Performance Space in February 2013, and they’ve been featured in the Albuquerque Journal, on Albuquerque’s local morning show The Morning Brew, on KUNM radio in Albuquerque and KBAC in Santa Fe. Floozy opened recently for Eric McFadden (George Clinton), and previous shows include the Santa Fe Summer Bandstand Series, the Driskill Hotel in Austin, the New Mexico State Fair, Corrales Harvest Fest, Albuquerque Cultural Conference, Carnuel Road Parade and Fiesta, Marigold Parade, and Wells Park Harvest Fest. The band is recording a new album and will go back to play in Austin in March during South by Southwest.