Yay, you’re back! Welcome to BTRtoday’s Discovery Corner podcast brought to you by, Levi’s.
This week we got the badass girls of Thick all up in the studio drinking beers and discussing music, exploding cars, and Shari’s mom! It’s one hell of show.
Comprised of Nikki Sisti (vocals/guitar), Kate Black (bass), and Shari Page (drums), Thick is a pop-punk/garage rock band based in Brooklyn, NY. They’re influenced by Blink-182, Riot Grrrl, Nirvana, and, of course, The Spice Girls. They sing about life and the wild shit that goes along with it. Their sound is gritty, witty, and catchy–you won’t get enough of it!
Their newest EP It’s Always Something was self-released just this past Sunday (Oct. 30th) and we’re playing you the whole damn thing here on Discovery Corner! But don’t worry, we wrap the show up with some of their classic bangers like “Herpes Microphone” and “Be Myself”–so get excited!
Make sure to check out Thick on all social media pages to keep up-to-date on where they’re headed and what they’re rocking out next!
And don’t forget to check out the Discovery Artist feature on Thick!
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