She Mob

rock, haunt, amuse and confound

That time Richard Riegel gave us a review in The Village Voice

Posted by on Jan 4, 2016

Time passages—ephemeral memories! Lisa was snooping around our old archived site, particularly our press reviews, and lo and behold, there was a Richard Riegel write-up on our first album Cancel The Wedding that she’d completely forgotten about. It was a two-fer, combining Riegel’s thoughts on our debut effort and the 60s-era Sacramento garage band reissue from the band She. Below is...

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She Mob – then and now (video comparison)

Posted by on Mar 16, 2015

Not really a comparison. More of a, well, OK, a comparison—why not? First, “Teacher” from the 1999 debut, Cancel the Wedding. Diane really belted this out and many career-minded educational types over the years nodded their heads with empathy.   And “Arnica” – This was recorded a few years ago and features Joy, Suki and Alan. It’s on the newest album, Right in...

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Cancel the Wedding

Posted by on Jan 1, 1999

Cancel the Wedding

“Three women in wigs shout their shouts and tell their weird, unassuming tales.” – Robert Christgau, “Honorable Mention” Pazz & Jop Poll, Village Voice, March 1, 2000 “As with such modest, cutting 1980s UK punk combos as Delta 5, women singing like people having real conversations. Increasingly funny, vehement, distracted conversations.” –...

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