Tayisha Busay
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Tayisha Busay

New York City, New York, United States

New York City, New York, United States
Band EDM Pop


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"SHOCK-WOO Album review"

Tayisha Busay is the sort of outfit that makes you want to dream up crazy subgenres all day. Nu Hyphy? Cheese-glam? Spandexcore? Pizzatronica? Houserobics? Ass Wave? Check out their album cover and you'll see three artists who have carved out a pretty crazy niche. Kegs, kones, kicks; rainbows, ringtones, rim-jobs; hotdogs, hamburgers, hoagies; and dance, dance, dance! Their EP Shock-Woo! serves up "Trenta"-sized helpings of clubby beats and sing-along absurdity designed to get the party started.

"Tonite" could well be the group's theme song (though "WTF you doin' in my mouth?" is a close second), a trim ‘80s club ditty that's tighter than an aerobics instructor's ass. A pulsating synth bobs and weaves over an electronic beat while TB revels in the redemptive thrills of the club scene. "Soul Power" brings it on back to the ‘70s with disco progressions and diva diatribes. Brandon LA LA Vek busts out the old skool raps, rhyming "absurd" with "turd". The vocals are mostly delivered in a party-approved call-and-response style that invites more mayhem and happy havoc than the back of the school bus. The mix towards the end "French Song (Nite Club Remix)" sounds like a spoof of your favorite goofy Euro-trash club hit: all breakdowns and breathy come-ons.

Tayisha Busay is a connoisseur of excess: ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s, whatever. They've raided everyone's ‘What-Was-I-Thinking?!’ photo album and assembled the bad haircuts, sparkles, and bellbottoms into Shock-Woo!. The average North Dakotan farmhand is probably not going to ‘feel’ the rainbow unicorn aesthetic (the only party that TB doesn't rock is the Tea Party). In fact, he'll probably dissect the band name for signs of the apocalypse (Tayisha Busay = Yay Ass Bituh, I Say Buy Hats, Busy Shit Yaaa, USA Is Ya Hat B, Thus I Say Aba, I Say U Say Butah). Happily the tripped-out trio calls Brooklyn "Home, Sweet Home", not the heartland. The borough, always in danger of taking its indie too seriously, should welcome this ass-shakin' antidote to pretension. Now let's dance! - QRO.com - Mike Gutierrez


"SHOCK-WOO!" EP, self released by Tayisha Busay. Now in iTunes!



TAYISHA BUSAY is the best electronic dance band you can possibly experience. Formed in Brooklyn, NYC, they are often found rolling around in piles of glitter, cuddling their keyboards, and grinding up on their synthesizers while dancing and beaming out powerful vocals.

TAYISHA BUSAY's three members create fun, fresh, raw, and ripe for the pickin' songs that indie-rockers and club-goers alike can thoroughly enjoy. Daring choreography and provocative dress are also employed liberally by the trio. They have a lust-for-life attitude and encourage all concert go-ers and listeners to let loose and shake what their mama's gave em'!

TAYISHA BUSAY's debut album "SHOCK-WOO" is a relentless and rambunctious take on electro-pop from the DIY perspective. This 5 song, self-released EP captures a night at the disco with Kurt Cobain, Ace of Base, and the B-52s, making for an amazing listening experience! The 2 girls and 1 guy are a mind expanding take on the girl-group. Their first track title may also be your first reaction..."WTF"!?