Smoosh

Asya - keyboards, and vocals

born February 2, 1992

nickname Asy

also plays guitar and tenor sax

Chloe - percussion

born March 5, 1994

Maya - bass

born 1996


Scout, 3

dad Mike "Bubba" a medical researcher

mom Maria, a paediatrician

black lab Loni

white cat Yoshen


Smoosh homepage

Smoosh-Online spectacular fan site

Smooshfans

Smoosh Pattern 25 homepage

Smooshstuff


Smoosh live video at Capitol Hill Block Party, July 24, 2004 on Pattern 25 Records

Smoosh Guestbook

at Three Imaginary Girls

Smoosh at IUMA

Honey Side Peach - Sally Cinnamon [Japanese language]

Smoosh at Sasquatch!

KEXP live performances

KEXP live performances - May 17, 2003

KEXP live performances - January 3, 2004

Derek Pearson photos of Smoosh

Kids Who Rip DVD

Seattle P-I, March 15, 2005, "Real 'girl power' starts in Seattle"

Seattle P-I, February 8, 2005, "Smoosh, other area students plan tsunami fund-raisers"

Seattle Times, January 29, 2005, Lisa Heyamoto article "Tweenage band Smoosh rocks Seattle scene"

Orange County Weekly, May 24, 2004, "Music: Awe Yeah!"

at Pattern 25

"Sonic Reducer - Babes in Playland," Kimberly Chun article at San Francisco Bay Guardian

Seattle Weekly, August 4-10, 2004, Andrew Bonazelli article "Best Schoolhouse Rock"

Seattle Times, May 9, 2003, Tom Scanlon article "Sugar and spice and killer pop instincts"

Seattle Times, June 20, 2003, Young Chang article "All eyes on freewheeling Fremont Fair, with funky cars, music and more"

Seattle Times, January 2, 2004, Tom Scanlon article "2004 may be the year of female-band domination"

Performermag, Joan Hiller article

the Stranger July 22-28, 2004, Sean Nels article "THIS IS THE BAND Smoosh Can Go Anywhere They Want, Yo"

Miami Herald, March 15, 2005, Ron Harris article "Seattle's Smoosh shows true 'girl power'"

Village Voice, March 17, 2005, Amy Phillips article "SXSW Night Falls on Austin - Night 1 Wrap-Up"

Denton Record-Chronicle, March 17, 2005, Mariel Tam article "Musical spillover from down south"

Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 19, 2005, John Soeder article "Old pros, fresh faces strut stuff at music fest"

SPIN.com

Jim Desmond March 18, 2005 reply to Richard Shirk's Oregonian review

Rocky Mount Telegram, March 21, 2005, Nick Marino article

Detroit News, April 4, 2005, Ron Harris article

Rolling Stone, December 28, 2004, Anuj Desai article

Girlstown Productions, February 3, 2005, Kim Francis article

themusicedge, March 25, 2005, Shane Roeschlein article

NPR All Things Considered, November 13, 2004, Jennifer Luden interview, with soundfile

PopMatters, Emily Zemler interview

Tacoma News Tribune article, May 27, 2005

Village Voice, August 18, 2005, Tom Breihan article

Exclaim! September 1, 2005, Helen Spitzer article


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