T-Rextasy played their first show at a punk pizza party. Since then, they’ve been “garnering a cult following” (The Deli) of believers hoping to hop in the dino dames’ minivan.
In 2014, the “hyper-verbal rock & roll goddesses” (Rolling Stone) released demos they recorded themselves on an iPhone that began generating buzz in their hometown of New York City. 2016’s Jurassic Punk, the band’s debut record out on Father/Daughter Records, received critical praise from outlets such as NPR and its single, “Gap Yr Boiz,” appeared on a Rolling Stone “Best Songs of 2016” list. In support of the LP, T-Rextasy refined their “charming…impressive live show” (Stereogum) on several international tours that included stops at Northside Festival and South by Southwest. T-Rextasy has sought to mobilize their platform throughout their journey. The group calls attention to injustices from within interviews to the stage, donates earnings to causes such as LGBTQ+ rights and prison abolition, and cultivates a community of like-minded artistic activists.
It’s Snakes! is the groovy new band featuring members of Fetchin Bones, Snagglepuss, Aqualads and Chalkies.