Press


"Basic Bitches’ Relatable Content definitely lives up to its name, providing songs to shout along to and dance with in anger and in love. The band will not be hemmed in by the constraints of one genre as they make music about issues and events that they care about, not afraid to break the seriousness with humour and fun. Basic Bitches are definitely a band to watch out for."
Punk News

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"This is fucking great."
This Noise Is Ours

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"For garage rock aficionados, there's a lot here to enjoy from the get-go, but taking Krystal's knack for sliding between snare and cymbals (especially during '…Lights') and the shameless 60s flirtations throughout 'Cat At The Party' as the duo's finest musical moments, it shows they're a cut above just recycling old garage rock/riot grrrl/punk noises. Combining those musical skills with their ability to apply some very personal lyrical concerns, there's little doubt that this is an absolutely brilliant release."
Real Gone

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'Basic Bitches Debut Badass New Song 'Fighter': BUST Premiere'

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"Accompanied by a spooky video, ‘How Come None Of You Ever Want To Hang Anymore?’ races with raucous riffs and thrashing beats as Scott’s raw, gritty vocals rage. With shades of the likes of The Distillers, it’s an immense blast of sound that hits your ears with a seething urgency. And, at just 54 seconds long, it’s a perfect, ferocious slice of energy-fuelled punk that leaves you desperate for more."
Getinherears.com

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"...from the first millisecond, Basic Bitches’ “Come On Brenda, It’s the 90s For Chrissakes” bites, and bites hard. It’s the kind of song one would hear in a soundtrack for a documentary about the punk scene in the 70s, yet it’s fresh and captivating."
Speak Into My Good Eye

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"A fusion of fierce, grunge-inspired rock with sunny, uplifting vibes"
gigslutz.co.uk

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"Scott’s vocals are sultry and harsh – a mishmash of Brody Dalle and Blondie."
Speak Into My Good Eye