For a lot of guys out there, there’s nothing like watching live clips and listening to the music of fierce rock females. Here are some of them whose music we at PULP highly recommend for you tocheck out…

 

RIA BAUTISTA

The former lead vocalist and drummer of Paramita has now moved out of the drum kit and is now slinging a guitar to jumpstart her solo career. She is the local headliner of Day 1 of Bazooka Rocks III this Saturday, August 30, 2014 at the SMX Convention Center where she’ll be sharing the stage with international acts The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Saves the Day and Senses Fail and local acts Tiger Pussy, Runway Crimes and Brick City. Check out this sample (sorry bootleggers, although that’s mixed and mastered already, this is not yet the finished product), where Ria promises to give a new twist to the old sound of her former band…

 

 

 

ORIANTHI

The Greek-Aussie singer-songwriter best known for being Michael Jackson’s guitarist of choice for his ill-fated This Is It concert tour will be closing her Every Road Promotional Tour in Manila tonight, August 27, 2014 at the Hard Rock Café. She is currently promoting her latest single “Better with You” from her latest album Heaven in this Hell, which was produced by former Eurythmic Dave Stewart.

 

 

 

TAYLOR MOMSEN of The Pretty Reckless

The former Gossip Girl actress has put her acting aspirations on hold to concentrate on her band The Pretty Reckless. After being chosen by our PULP bosses as the headliner of Bazooka Rocks I, her band has toured in more places around the globe. Their latest album Going to Hell has topped the Billboard rock charts and is locally available under the distribution of PULP Live Records. Check out this scorching hot video for “Heaven Knows….”

 

 

 

LIZZY HALE of Halestorm

She has proven herself to be one of the new favorite frontwomen in the heavy rock scene worldwide. Check out her powerful voice in Halestorm’s “Mz. Hyde” from their latest album The Strange Case of…

 

 

and as a bonus, here’s Halestorm’s awesome cover of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky…”