SOME STUFFS: Upset try not to upset with another song from forthcoming debut

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Don Giovanni Records are ready for She’s Gone, the debut album by Upset that will be making out of the doors on the 29th of this month. The band are a healthy combination of guitarist Ali Koehler, drummist Patty Schemel, and Jennifer Prince on gits and vox, and hope their music and friendship will take them to new levels, surpassing what they each had done with the bands they may be known for. You may get to know them for what they are now with the title track for their album.

You’re also able to find out more about and hear them in a live setting when they do a small handful of shows on the west coast in November, where they’ll be joined by Screaming Females. That’s the band Screaming Females, not any ladies that may be in the crowd:
November 15… Seattle, WA (Black Lodge) *
November 16… Portland, OR (The Know Bar) *
November 18… San Jose, CA (The Blank Club) *
November 19… Oakland, CA (1-2-3-4 Go! Records) *
November 20… San Francisco, CA (Bottom of the Hill) *
November 21… Los Angeles, CA (Echoplex) *
November 22… San Pedro, CA (Harold’s Place) *
November 23… San Diego, CA (Soda Bar) *

* w/ Screaming Females

She’s Gone is available for pre-order in the digital, vinyl, and compact disc formats from Don Giovanni, or below via

SOME STUFFS: Upset don’t get that way with first offering

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You most likely aren’t aware of who the three-lady band known as Upset are, but you may be familiar with its members. Ali Koehler had been with Best Coast and Vivian Girls, while drummer Patty Schemel has played with Killsybil, Doll Squad, Hole, and Imperial Teen. Bring in Negativ Daze’s Jennifer Prince on guitar, and you have Upset, who are signed to Don Giovanni Records and will be releasing their debut LP called She’s Gone on the 29th of October. You can now listen one of the album’s tunes in the form of “Oxfords And Wingtips”, which may or may not be about shoes. The group enjoy playing and writing together, incorporating the good and bad things about their lives and their roles in it, done in a way that will be appreciated by those who love aggressive punk-induced rock.