Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Most recent release, Thrills in Beverly Hills (EP, 2013)
Neat, modern rock-tinged pop that seems custom-made for dancefloors all over. (email@example.com)
Recommended first album:
waiting... is the only one we've heard
See Taxi Doll's site for availability
Gregg Allen a.k.a. g-dub—keyboards
Gregg Allen a.k.a. g-dub
Taxi Doll calls their music "rocktronica" and that seems fair enough. It's like Garbage's mix of styles with a nod to Republica. The lead singer can emote nicely and has a strong presence. "Look at what you get" is smoothly produced and has a nice chorus. "Soft Kill" is confident pop. A very nice debut. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to email@example.com for her work on this entry.
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