This is a list of The Math Rock Times favorite female musicians. Join us in celebrating International Women's Day!
This virtuoso drummer from Germany consistently blows us away with her knowledge of time signatures, textures and all around imaginative abilities.
Yvette is one of our favorite musicians. Her way of finesse with the guitar is unparalleled.
She is a California born and raised teacher with passion towards innovative guitar songwriting, birds and art.
Her current band Covet has one EP called "currents."
and a single called "Ares"
Yvette's recent video for her song "Blossom"
She also releases amazing solo records:
Instagram sensation @_imahalfu_ never fails to amaze her audience with short snippets of killer tapping riffs:
Alicia Rei Kim
Alicia is also from California and has a band called Dokoe
She is inspired by the music of Joe Hisaishi, toe, and LITE.
Her music imbues vulnerability, purity and she stands for embracing your own personal identity and being true to yourself.
This is one of Alicia's recent solo songs:
Alicia's side solo project Nekomi:
Katgruvs is a solo acoustic guitarist also from California
Her unique style of percussive tapping and drumming on the guitar is a very entrancing listening and viewing experience for both the beginner and master guitarists alike!
Sarah Longfield is the guitarist for a band called
The Fine Constant. Sarah also releases tons of playthrough videos, covers and solo songs. She has the tendency to lean towards Djent style guitar, but also has neo-classical metal and math rock vibes!
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Tia Culbreth. Tia is a multi-instrumentalist from Texas.
She is in TWO math rock bands! So we just had to include her! She plays guitar in Seafire and she plays bass in Abelia
Tia told TMRT (The Math Rock Times) that she found Abelia through TMRT & contacted them to join the band shortly afterwards!
Abelia in studio:
Kyuhee Park - classical guitarist