We at MC are constantly on the hunt for the latest ladies breaking into power-pop music scene. Our recent obsession with femme DJs knows no bounds especially those that have an impressive level of confidence, style, and (of course) talent. Last week, Swedish DJ duo Rebecca & Fiona stopped by our office and no exaggeration we haven't been able to stop listening to their tunes ever since.
Rebecca Scheja and Fiona Fitzpatrick joined forces in Stockholm in 2010 and immediately began working on their debut album I Love You, Man!, released in 2011. The duo has been keeping quite busy since then, booking festival-after-festival, playing at international gigs, and releasing eight singles. Not to mention, they've been maintaining and enhancing their killer, vintage-inspired style they basically live in their club-kid platforms, both on and off the DJ stand. They're glamourous, they're fun, and, as they described to us last week, they're political the duo enjoys charting territory in their music that many of their colleagues tend to avoid. Just pay attention to the lyrics of their latest single, "Union," which sounds like a 1970s disco track dipped in the absolute grooviest of 2013's EDM craze: "Restless friending over streets, controlled by blank minds / Burning everything we built, afraid to shout out."
Get on the Rebecca & Fiona bandwagon, and watch the brand-new music video for "Union," right here.