Friday, November 7, 2014

Here's a Terrible Music Video to Kick Off Your Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Introducing STASH, a female duo from Los Angeles, who play what they describe as "Poppy-House".

STASH steps onto the Hollywood scene with a presence. The girl DJ duo made up of Steph and Amanda has built a local fan base in Los Angeles, dominating with their electronic dance music. This EDM pair has combined the concept of House music with originally written and produced Pop music.

Part live performance and part spectacle the duo bring a fresh perspective to the genre to create a style that is uniquely their own. STASH is a multi-media force smashing boundaries to grab the spotlight as part of a new breed of Pop/DJ artists.

Not only are their personalities larger than life, but these beauties have an energy that is unstoppable. Steph, a pop songwriter, is the rapper in duo making sure to never slow down her swag. Steph brings her advanced skills in production and DJing for RedBull Spring Break, Sundance and South by Southwest to give these ladies a confidence on stage that is unreal. Amanda, who is a classically trained singer with a background in Opera, has lent her vocals to many genres, from Opera, to RnB and Rap. A veteran in the industry for both her writing and singing, Amanda stands out as power vocals of her generation.

No Tucson appearances scheduled yet, but we'll keep you updated.

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