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The Rondelles blast through punk-pop numbers like Joan Jett's indie rock little sister. Their second full-length release for Teen Beat records, The Fox, is a testament to the influence of female-fronted new wave bands from Blondie through the Breeders, and like high school rockers the Donnas they crunch through each song with carefully controlled abandon. Rondelles have crafted a very specific sound that they stick to almost religiously and the album doesn't branch out much from start to finish, but fans of this genre won't mind a bit. The songs blast by quickly, but burners like the halting "Tuesday Rock City" and the gritty "Boy I Know" stand out as brash reminders that grrls rock!

Biography

Formed: Albuquerque, NM

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

With success that can half be attributed to hustle, half to divine intervention, the Rondelles hit the ground running before they were even out of high school. While they were still self-booking shows in tiny clubs and playing in battle of the bands, the Rondelles landed several record deals and opening slots for indie giants like Sleater-Kinney and Sonic Youth. That touring helped bandmembers Yukiko Moynihan (bass, vocals), Juliet Swango (guitar, vocals), and Oakley Munsen (drums, keyboards, vocals)...
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