Described as the 'feasible love-children of They Might Be Giants and Kimya Dawson' real-life sisters Vivian and Midge Ramone are the punky, folky, poppy, ShiSho from greater Kent, Ohio. At 16 and 12 years old, ShiSho has been writing and recording for 9 years. The girls perform intelligent and quirky folk-punk on accordion, guitar and occasionally the ukulele.
“We deliver an acoustic punk rock performance in a ‘darling’ way that completely catches people off guard,” says older sister, Vivian. “It’s not planned. It’s who we are. We love playing for crowds that aren’t familiar with ShiSho because we're a disconnect from first impressions. When you see two young girls in polka-dot dresses take the stage with an accordion and guitar, you don't expect to hear a hand-clapping folk tune about a doll ripping your throat open and gnawing at your living skull! But you're delighted when we do.
This is a quirky set of music that develops a fun mood when listened to I really enjoy their sound this is not something that you are going to find on the radio , they are not competing with the Miley Cyrus's of the world and I applaud them for their brave music.
I tell you this as I had dated the package and it came to me November 14th, 2013-so they have waited patiently and I thank them for their patience.
But don't take my word for it here is a link to their Bandcamp page where you can not only listen to their music but also buy it and support them.
Shisho Bandcamp Page(click here)
I wish them the best in their future and hope to hear more from them, sometime down the road.
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