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Atlanta’s post-riot grrrl art-punk group the Coathangers haven’t lost their sense of outrage with their third album, 2011’s Larceny & Old Lace. They sing without regard to the repercussions to their throats and they play hard and nasty, full speed ahead. In addition, they also shade their attack with a modest nod towards pop. “Go Away” has a ‘60s AM radio flavor that recalls late-‘70s new wave. “Sicker” plays an angular post-punk that’s likely what the U.K.’s Gang of Four would sound like coming from American women. “Hurricane” is a hard chug with some vicious vocal power. “Jaybird” turns up the larynx shredding with a strikingly spare arrangement. “Johnny” jams with a New York No Wave approach. “My Baby” is the closest the group has come to an actual ballad while “Chicken: 30” is the nearest to straightforward punk rock. The Coathangers are a band that love confrontation and their aggressive stance make them one serious and vital punk group for the 21st century.

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&$@% Yeah

Love the dueling lyrics!!

What's better than a Coathanger's album??

Seeing them LIVE. Go. Do it.

What's not to like???

Seriously? This is their best in my opinion. I think they keep getting better & better with everything they put out. Love these girls! As previous people have stated see them live. Great live band. They do a killer cover of "Sex Beat". Got to talk to them after their show back in May of last year opening for OFF! in NYC. Really cool bunch of chicks.


Formed: 2006 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

An all-female garage punk band with an irreverent, fun-loving attitude, the Coathangers play purposefully simple, hooky tunes that borrow from vintage girl group sounds and contemporary teen pop acts as much as the old-school punk and new wave outfits that inform their sound. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, the Coathangers were formed by guitarist and singer Julia Kugel (aka Crook Kid Coathanger), bassist and singer Meredith Franco (aka Minnie Coathanger), keyboardist and singer Candice Jones (aka...
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