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Come celebrate the launch of Dearest Pinkys Debut album "Blood and Scars" Cash prizes for best costume and best Dearest Pinky costume! Come party!
Come celebrate music with us! Come get down and dirty with us! Xoxo
Ladies in Latex night featuring Dearest Pinky, Bipolar Broad: Manic Low and Miss Mischief! Come on out and party with us!
Playing with "Dearest Pinky"
Label: Dearest Pinky Productions
Bio: Don't be misled by the name or her bright pink hair. With attitude to spare, Dearest Pinky fronts a band that delivers guitar-driven, melodic, progressive rock that pushes the borders of several genres. Fireworks Magazine’s Dave Scott says “DP has taken a collection of modern sounds and meshed th...See Full Bio
“This is a fun, lively and uplifting melodic rock record full of quality from a talented songstress with a fine future. DP has taken a collection of modern sounds and meshed them together creating a fairly unique version of commercial rock. whilst her influences are wide ranging, she hasn't cast her net too far which would have sounded disjointed and inconsistent. "Melodic Rock" is a accurate description of the style of music. In terms of comparison musically ans in vocal terms I can hear a little Alanis Morrisette and some Avril Lavigne. Irrespective, DP has a pretty vocal style and I enjoyed her singing and found it often relaxing, even in the upbeat songs. Given she does more than simply sing the songs a lot of credit should be given to her writing, As with the EP. DP produced the album with Mark Dailey who also contributed musically. The production itself is very well handled and gives the songs real life with a nice crispness.”