Named after the mollusk that makes its home on the Pacific Northwest's sandy beaches, Seattle quintet Razor Clam bring grit, glamour, and goth-pop to the stage. The all-femme band centers queerness in both their music and their live performances, fostering a space where everyone feels safe and free to be themselves. Their 2018 EP Vicious Sea Cows is packed with a mix of salty and sweet tracks that recall goth-rock bands such as Siouxsie and the Banshees: "ITB" is a buoyant and synthy bop, perfect for bouncing around the dance floor, while the spooky, drum-driven "There" is made to conjure spells to.
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