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Blanche Davidian

Blanche Davidian

Blanche Davidian


Since their infancy, Blanche Davidian has gained a reputation as one of the best live acts in the Southwest. The amount of local publicity the band has accumulated is unmatched with positive press in every newspaper, fanzine, and tabloid based out of Phoenix, AZ (and many national publications including Maximum Rocknroll, American Music Press, and Skratch). The notoriety earned the group an opportunity to perform at the 2004 SXSW Musical Festival in Austin, TX. Read more on Last.fm
Since their infancy, Blanche Davidian has gained a reputation as one of the best live acts in the Southwest. The amount of local publicity the band has accumulated is unmatched with positive press in every newspaper, fanzine, and tabloid based out of Phoenix, AZ (and many national publications including Maximum Rocknroll, American Music Press, and Skratch). The notoriety earned the group an opportunity to perform at the 2004 SXSW Musical Festival in Austin, TX. Blanche Davidian also appeared at the 2004 Phoenix New Times Music Showcase (nominated for Best Hard Rock) and has shared the same stage with such nationals as Melt Banana, Supagroup, NoMeansNo, The Bellrays, Jeff Dahl, & TSOL. Part of Blanche Davidian's appeal is it's no shame genre-bending craftsmanship in each of it's eleven songs.

Old school punk enthusiasts will recall The Damned's early years with songs like "Do Come" and the gloomy, yet upbeat "Ouija Boredom". "Oedipal Complexions" and "Moor Illusion" is a bit more stateside with it's snotty rant and hooky chorus, while "Robotussin" is demanding for it's rightful place on the next Fistful of Rock or Junk Records comp. "Petunia" & "A Genatallia Ballot" are the more danceable tracks with the potential to appeal to anyone following the recent disco-punk buzz. "Ben Wa Beets" and the goth-power-ballad "Just For Ewe", both with impressive leads and well rehearsed harmonies, could hold their own on the playlist of any commercial hard rock radio station.

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