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Her head-bob in biting, spitting verses to “Fall In Love” will have you doing just that with the gal who has hooked Shaun White. At Life is Beautiful, my friend who was previously unfamiliar with Phantogram became an instant fan of the band — but even more so Barthel. That same passion is delivered with her other band Bosnian Rainbows, minus the possessed-like tendencies. These fiery Los Angeles-based women are the epitome of rock ‘n’ roll.
Check out our selections for the 20 Hottest Women in Indie Music (and then some).As we noted in our 20 Hottest Men in Indie Music feature last month, it’s hard not to fall in love with a talented musician when they’re on stage giving you a memorable performance.Now it’s time to give the accomplished ladies their shine.She’s just got chill vibes and her extensive jumpsuit and rainbow-colored suits collection puts her over the top. Simplistic in her stage attire, a white t-shirt and a black leather jacket with some tight jeans, Manfredi’s a throwback to gritty rock and roll.On stage, she’s a whirling dervish and her chemistry with her Preatures bandmates is a sight to behold.She’s so lovable as “just one of the guys,” and just seems like that lady you’d love to share a joint and shoot the breeze with.
It’s insane to think that Hannah Neffler from Troop Beverly Hills has made it all the way to this spot.
Front woman, Jehnny Beth sings with so much passion, it’s absolutely riveting and goosebump inducing. The best is yet to come from this talented R&B singer, so keep your eyes peeled.
This Swedish dream pop singer has perfected the art of the breakup album multiple times over.
(L-R) Singer-songwriter Michelle Branch, musicians Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter of Phantogram and celebrity chef Ludo Lefebvre attend The Food Salon, a gathering of thought leaders in art, design, music, film, TV, and food presented by Questlove and powered by Dell, took place on Friday, February 6, 2015 at the private home of CAA agent Brian Loucks in Studio City.
The electro-rock outfit experienced some technical difficulties at the Stawamus Stage, and during an extended break between songs, singer Sarah Barthel promised, "This shit's going to get fucking weird," before inviting female onlookers to take off their tops and guys to take off their pants.
Theresa Wayman, Emily Kokal, Jenny Lee Lindberg, and Stella Mozgawa never fail to impress.