Shoreworld: Sharkmuffin – Tsuki

Shoreworld: Sharkmuffin – Tsuki

I’ve written about Sharkmuffin in the past, and they’re back with another way-out disc filled with punk angst and riot girl panache on Tsuki.

Sharkmuffin is Tarra Thiessen and Natalie Kirch, a duo of Brooklynite sirens bred from the waves of the Jersey Shore. Influenced by everyone from Nirvana to The Ronettes, Sharkmuffin adds a unique jagged edge onto ‘60s beach pop meets ‘90s alt sound, a genre lovingly dubbed “opti-mystic glam-grunge.” With several cross-country tours (including many return trips to SXSW) and no shortage of EPs, Sharkmuffin has been creating a veritable whirlpool of musical chaos. Their 2015 debut LP, Chartreuse (featuring Patty Schemel of Upset/Hole on drums), is their most vicious lure, featuring 10 tracks that bleed heavily with feminine rage and cheeky sass alike. We covered that disc right here, and it was one of the year’s best offerings.

Sharkmuffin is currently out on tour in support of their sophomore effort titled Tsuki, visiting the cities of Great Britain with Drew Adler on drums & Chris Nunez on guitar, and plan to serve up their signature sound of punk rock, psychedelia and pop roots rock mix of goodness across the pond. The band has made …

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