Watch: Tei Shi - Bassically

Watch: Tei Shi - Bassically

Brooklyn-based artist-to-watch Tei Shi releases a dangerous new video and announces her EP.

After releasing Bassically and See Me - which put her on our radar massively - last year, Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Tei Shi is becoming a force to be reckoned with, earning herself two #1s on Hype Machine and grabbing the attention of bloggers and musicians far and wide. Now she is back, with the release of a cool-ass video for Bassically, and announcing the release of her EP, Verde. Directed by Nicolas Pesce, the video “looks like what the song sounds like – fun and empowering without taking itself too seriously”. Think a bunch of bad-ass women equipped with PVC pipes, explosions, guns and a nice little dance party at the end, all paying a seriously rad homage to exploitation and grindhouse cinema of times gone by. Bassically will be appearing on her new EP, dropping in Australia on April 17 via Caroline Australia.

VERDE EP TRACKLISTING

01. Can't Be Sure

02. Bassically

03. See Me

04. Go Slow

05. Get It

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