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Mika Miko

Mika Miko
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Mika Miko was an underground punk band that existed from 2003 to 2009, originating in Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Frontwoman Jennifer Clavin ("Victor Fandgore") sang with Cold Cave for much of 2010 before forming punk outfit Bleached with her sister, Mika Miko bassist Jessie Clavin. Multi-instrumentalist & vocalist Jenna Thornhill ("Jet Blanca") and drummer Seth Densham both played with The Strange Boys briefly after the break-up, Jenna beginning in 2008; Seth is currently working on a lo-fi/country project, Superstitions, while Jenna plays with slop punk group Crazy Band. Kate Hall, Mika Miko's drummer until early 2009, teamed up with members of Finally Punk and Talbot Tagora to form lo-fi dream-poppers Dunes in 2009. Guitarist & keyboardist Michelle Suarez now plays with C.R.A.S.H..

"In sad news for telephone-microphone hybrid fans everywhere, the L.A. art-punk quintet Mika Miko is calling it a day. The group, known for its breakneck rhythms, trashy guitar riffs and the slumber-party romp of its dueling vocalists, will wrap up their career after playing Austin's Fun Fun Fun Festival and, according to a band representative, a last 7-inch single and a show at the Smell." - Los Angeles Times
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