Adickdid

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Adickdid
Origin Eugene, Oregon, United States
Genres Indie rock, punk, riot grrrl
Years active 1991–1995
Labels Kill Rock Stars, Imp, Yoyo, G
Past members Kaia Wilson
Nalini Deedee Cheriel
Sara Shelton Bellum

Adickdid was an all-female American indie punk band started in the early 1990s in Eugene, Oregon by Kaia Wilson (The Butchies, Team Dresch) Nalini Deedee Cheriel (Juned, The Teenangels, The Hindi Guns) and Sara Shelton Bellum (Bella Low).[1] They toured alongside other riot grrrl bands.[2] Their first single "All American Girl" b/w "Columbus" was put out by Imp Records in 1993. One of their opening acts was Beck at the Jabberjaw in Los Angeles.[3][4] They recorded the song "Hair" on the Stars Kill Rock compilation for Kill Rock Stars.[5] They also recorded a song for Yoyo Records. Their full-length album "Dismantle" was put out on Imp and their own record label G Records in 1993.[6] The band broke up in 1995.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OBEY Collaborates with Artist Deedee Cheriel". Aesthetica Magazine. March 11, 2014. 
  2. ^ Tom Murphy (June 8, 2011). "Kaia Wilson on Team Dresch, how she got into punk and her first solo tour in fourteen years". West World. 
  3. ^ http://www.hotelutah.com/event/155145-lindsay-fuller-kaia-wilson-san-francisco/
  4. ^ Interview by Nicole Pasulka. "The Naturalist: Deedee Cheriel". TheMorningNews.org. 
  5. ^ Andrew Earles (2014). "Gimme Indie Rock". Voyageur. p. 11. 
  6. ^ Andrew Earles (2014). "Gimme Indie Rock". Voyageur. p. 11.