Butch Vs. Femme have come out with a release after being a band for ten-plus years. Their album runs the gambit from dance punk, to queer goth, to rock, and noise. It’s weird and off kilter, but still catchy. Butch Vs. Femme features the sounds of accordion, keyboard, and drums which are cleanly recorded and the sound is fat. The vocals are recorded with an intentional weird lo-fi effect. It makes them stand out, in contrast to the instruments. It’s odd and super fun.
–Camylle Reynolds (Self-released, butchvsfemme.com)