This is maybe the most flattering and cool thing that has ever happened to one of my bands.
The rough/not very good Google translation from Portuguese to English is something like:
The music junkies will like the “5 Pop Punk”, where 5 indicates Fernando bands that play pop punk. He starts talking about the already very good Parasol, Boston band involved with the queer scene and anxious to talk about their shows on the culture of rape, safe spaces and privileges. The sound is one of the most beautiful things you will hear, because Lily’s voice is really nice. Subsequently he indicates AcidicTree, almost melodic punk band that makes a sound of excited and want to dance and Sad Girls Por Vida. Rola also indicating the Peeple Watchin ‘, which according Nandolfo is “political, is queer, it’s sticky, it’s punk,” ie, come hear the bandcamp dels logo. And the column ends with You Me & Us, pop punk power trio fofolete with those catchy vocals and drums sequinha makes you twirl your shoulders like that silly.
The best interview of the Tariff Trash is with Parasol where els talk more about the band, the projects they are involved and the need / importance of talking to their shows on sexism, racism, homophobia, patriarchy, sexual violence and so on. Who is playing Ladyfests: Parasol this year will be playing at Ladyfest Philly, along with Screaming Females, Potty Mouth, Aye Nako and other bands. If you care about politics, discussion of privileges be sure to read this interview.