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Ready for the big breakthrough: The Linda Lindas

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Meet The Linda Lindas! According to us (and a lot of other people) this young band creates the music that will define 2021. The Linda Lindas channel the spirit of original punk, power pop, and new wave through today’s ears, eyes, and minds. They are Half Asian / half Latinx. Two sisters, a cousin, and their close friend.

The Linda Lindas weren’t called The Linda Lindas until they started playing Save Music in Chinatown benefit matinees in the fall, where they’ve shared the stage with punk lifers and legends including The Dils, The Gears, Alley Cats, and Phranc. They’ve also played with Alice Bag, joined Best Coast and Money Mark at a DIY political fund raiser, opened a sold-out record release show for Bleached, and were hand-picked by Riot Grrrl legends Bikini Kill to open up for them at one of their reunion shows at the Hollywood Palladium.

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