Folk Electronic Band Energy Whores Makes Waves in the Music Scene

The music industry is filled with visionaries and creative individuals. Among the sea of talented people is the band Energy Whores. The group is making waves as the pioneers of the innovative genre of folk electronic. 

Even though they have not signed with any record labels yet, the band has managed to turn heads for their unique sound and one-of-a-kind musical style. However, what makes Energy Whores truly stand out from its peers is its intention of bringing back social consciousness and politics into music, as depicted by their most notable works. 

This year, the Indie Folk Electronic Rock band based in New York has released several singles such as “Love Thy Beast,” “No Angel,” “The Last Battle,” “Ghost Dancer,” and “Biba Tells Me.” As a testament to the group’s immense musicality, their song “Love Thy Beast” has snatched the top spot on Paul Travis’s show on! UK Top 10 Global Charts.

The creative mind behind the extraordinary musical group is the multitalented Carrie Schoenfeld. She is the singer and songwriter who created Energy Whores’ remarkable tracks. Additionally, she is also responsible for promoting the band.

Her lyrics and music come from a variety of influences, more commonly from folk artists like Phil Ochs, Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Dylan. She also takes inspiration from icons from the 80s, including The Cure, Dire Straits, and Cindy Lauper, as well as from rap and hip-hop musicians like Public Enemy, Coolio, Jay-Z and A Tribe Called Quest. Furthermore, Carrie Schoenfeld looks up to The Shins, Vampire Weekend, Astrud Gilberto, Dar Williams, Wilco, Zero 7, Sigur Ros, and dné.

Aside from her musical prowess, the gifted individual is highly active in the film industry as a producer, screenwriter and filmmaker. She directed the 2016 sci-fi comedy film Asockalypse. The fun feature film revolves around stoners trying to save the world from sock stealing aliens. She has also received Off Broadway producing credits, including the critically-acclaimed production of The Invested and Spin Off at the Riverside Church Theatre.

In addition, she is a skillful fine artist who has exhibited her creations at international venues, including LaMama Galleria, Gershwin Gallery, Susan Cooper Fine Art, Montserrat Gallery, and Kent Fine Art Gallery.

As for Energy Whores, the promising band plans to continue creating more music, especially now that they are starting to gain a wider audience. They have shared their excitement to release more content and even hope to go on tour soon. 

The group sees itself rising to the top of the music industry and becoming a household name in the foreseeable future.

To learn more about Energy Whores, visit its official website, Facebook, and Twitter Instagram. You can also listen to them on Spotify and Bandcamp

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