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About Bush Tetras

Emerging from New York's No Wave scene in the early 1980s, the Bush Tetras were a mostly female ensemble rendering urban primitive Funk in the same vein as James Chance and the Contortions. Crude musicianship and repetitious vocals gave them little promise of commercial success, but they possessed a large enough underground following to reunite and record an LP (their first) in the '90s.

Listen toBush Tetrason Rhapsody

Emerging from New York's No Wave scene in the early 1980s, the Bush Tetras were a mostly female ensemble rendering urban primitive Funk in the same vein as James Chance and the Contortions. Crude musicianship and repetitious vocals gave them little promise of commercial success, but they possessed a large enough underground following to reunite and record an LP (their first) in the '90s.

About Bush Tetras

Emerging from New York's No Wave scene in the early 1980s, the Bush Tetras were a mostly female ensemble rendering urban primitive Funk in the same vein as James Chance and the Contortions. Crude musicianship and repetitious vocals gave them little promise of commercial success, but they possessed a large enough underground following to reunite and record an LP (their first) in the '90s.

About Bush Tetras

Emerging from New York's No Wave scene in the early 1980s, the Bush Tetras were a mostly female ensemble rendering urban primitive Funk in the same vein as James Chance and the Contortions. Crude musicianship and repetitious vocals gave them little promise of commercial success, but they possessed a large enough underground following to reunite and record an LP (their first) in the '90s.