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Black Tabs / Press

“The band, led by the simmering vocals of frontwoman Natasha Jean, is a true throwback to the glory days of heavy duty garage rock.”

“This is absolutely the heavy-duty ’70s hard rock/psych-inspired brew to jam out to. And Jean belts out those vocals like there’s no tomorrow.”

“I like a band that reminds me of 1975. And even 1995, for that matter. Austin trio Black Tabs gives you three reasons why being forward-thinking isn't always all it's cracked up to be.”

“Their music is gritty, psych-fueled rock and roll with a sinister vibe thanks to distorted guitar and that signature Natasha Jean howl.”

“Black Tabs- Featured band The Process Records”

“Black Tabs Find the Blues In a Noisy Haze of Psych-Rock With fuzzed-out, distorted rock guitar, almost tribal sounding drums, and a vocalist that could quite possibly be the love child of Layne Staley and Grace Slick (unconfirmed), the Black Tabs sound like an acid trip in some early ‘70s garage. It’s heavy, cathartic, raw, and even psychedelic. Head down to Frank’s on Colorado @ 4th on April 13th, crack open a Lone Star, and take a dose of the Black Tabs. They hit the stage around 11:15, $6 cover. Also playing: Scorpion Child and L F Knighton.”

"Black Tabs (Austin) offer an alternative take on the classic heavy metal sound with apathetic Hole like brattiness."

“7/6 White Dress, Black Tabs, Western Ghost House at Hotel Vegas”

“And the love continues on a slightly smaller scale: An all-local show at Psych Night, presented by Beerland. On the bill are some very cool acts to check out: The Beta Rhythm, Black Tabs, Chris Catalena & The Native Americans (songwriter Catalena previously performed with The Tunnels and as The Ghost Songs, and continues to play as a solo artist), and The Janes, featuring members of Shapes Have Fangs. DJ Scorpio will be on hand to spin between sets.”