Ladyfang and Femina-X are coming to Stubb's Indoors on May 31! Tickets will go on-sale this Friday, March 30 at 10am.
Ladyfang (formerly A Case for Brooklyn) is an indie rock, alternative band originally formed in Austin in late 2013. Their music is upbeat, eccentric, funky and folksy with an otherworldly vibe and a flare for the frenetic. Singer, Cara Juan, has been compared to Bjork and Gwen Stefani and her haunting howls and melodic nuances lead the band's unique sound. Their performances are passionate and thunderous, filled with chaotic dancing and an unencumbered playfulness. They relocated to Brooklyn in 2014 and released their first single, "All Your Money" in 2016. Independent Music News called it a "devilishly zesty song". That same year, the band returned to Austin with a new name and lineup. In early 2017, the band released their newest single, "How Long," which OVRLD described as an anti-romance song with a "lovably unhip" and sincere sound. The single is one of many songs to be featured on the band's upcoming album, which will be released in February.
Listen: "Breathe" - soundcloud.com/ladyfangmusic/breathe
Femina-X is an alternative, Latin band from San Antonio comprised of members Daniela Riojas (vox), Alex Scheel (guitar), Jeff Palacios (bass), Darian Thomas (violin), and Jai Roots (drums). Femina-X identifies as "New Alternative" and creates unconventional fusions with electronic beats, samples, synths, and live instruments. They draw musical influence from progressive tribal and ethnic dance, hip-hop, jungle, Caribbean, industrial, punk, and drum and bass.
Daniela's chameleon voice has the range to both coo and siren, lull and frighten, always reaching from a place of passion, imagination, and child-like playfulness. Her vision, melody, and lyrics construct the world within each song, pulling from her ability to narrate and share the deeply personal with an edge of fantasy.
Femina-X has performed at the historic Arneson River Theater, The Tobin Center for Performing Arts, and Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival. They received The San Antonio Current’s Critics Choice for the Music Awards 2014, Top 3 Best Electronic Bands in 2015, have been featured in Vice Colombia and Remezcla, and are currently represented by TIMEWHEEL record label.
Listen: "Black Tongue" - soundcloud.com/femina-x/black-tongue