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The Degenerettes / Press

“Bad Girls Go To Hell, includes bass-driven, jangly fuzz guitar sounds and literary, often humorous songwriting – influenced by years on the garage rock, soul, roots, and punk rock scenes – that is earning them quite a following in their home city of Baltimore.”

“Like a gay Beat Happening, the Degenerettes play raw and repetitive songs...But instead of making heterosexuality weird, Bad Girls go to Hell pulls off a strange trick: it makes homosexuality mundane. For better or worse, they successfully normalize the usually subversive tone of campy queer music.”

“... they were jaw-dropping good. Rahne Alexander's guitar was…astounding and intricate…Rahne played the way I sometimes wish I played, which is a loud, convoluted arpeggio Neil-Young-Ragged-Glory sort of thing.”