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Jake Cunningham

Jake Cunningham

Jake Cunningham

Jake Cunningham

Casey Danielson

Casey Danielson

Mike Katzif

Mike Katzif

Press

"Whether your point of reference is current scene favorite Emperor X or lo-fi troubadour icons The Mountain Goats and Jeffrey Lewis, D.C. outfit Art Sorority for Girls is a treat for fans of lively, literate indie rock."
WXPN's The Key

"Stuff that gets lumped in with 'anti-folk' or 'folk-punk' doesn't usually have melodies and hooks this strong. Stuff that gets lumped in with 'pop-punk' or 'emo' doesn't usually have this capacity for wordplay. ASFG makes it look easy."
— Kevin Erickson (National Organizing Director, Future of Music Coalition)

"Rock outfit Art Sorority For Girls is responsible for one of the catchiest songs I’ve heard from a D.C. artist this year: the subtly poetic earworm “Man With a Van,” songwriter Daoud Tyler-Ameen’s story of leaving his hometown, told from the bitter perspective of a jilted New York City."
WAMU's Bandwidth

"The way Daoud writes about masculinity and femininity is fraught, awkward, tender and heartbreaking. I rarely enjoy the way heterosexual men write about women, but Daoud's empathy and honesty elevates his writing beyond (or maybe before) gender."
 Dan Fishback (Director, Helix Queer Performance Network)

The 50 Best Albums of 2014, ABC News
The Best Local Albums of 2014, Washington City Paper
Favorite DC Songs of 2014, WAMU's Bandwith

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