The AndWutz
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The AndWutz

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"The AndWutz Debut Album"

Having supported local bands for as long as they can remember these 5 girls finally busted out into the music scene with such an uplifting sound ya can't help but wish you were part of it. An all female powerhouse from the Boston area....The AndWutz are refreshing, raw, fun, and definitely NOT hard on the eyes. After 2 years of playing they are now ready to take on the world with their debut album "Project 4AM"! Get on this ride! ~Boston -

"Female Musicians Rock In Support!"

Some performers wore pink bandanas, and others strummed guitars with chain wallets on their side. All came to the BU Central stage last night rocking out for a greater cause.

Aiming to raise money for rape counseling and breast cancer, the Boston University Women's Center held its annual Women Rock concert at the George Sherman Union's BU Central last night, recognizing local female artists who performed for the mostly female audience of 25.

The concert featured solo artists Leah King, Kali Giaritta and female rock band The Andwutz.

The Andwutz performed songs centered on "basic womanly issues," said bass guitarist and backup singer Lili Bellini.

"We're big on benefits," Bellini said. "We love playing events like this that are for a good cause and raise awareness of female issues.

"When we first started to write songs, we all looked into our journals to find material," Bellini continued. "What we realized is that we all had been through the same situations and had a lot of the same issues. We figured most other women would have been through it, too, and it would work great for our lyrics."
- Daily Free Press

"Allston Rock City"

Saturday, March 31st, 2007

I hadn't hit a show in Allson on a weekend in a while...

What a weird show! There were songs from Pantera and Tori Amos and the Grease 2 Soundtrack (Cool Rider). Each of the five members of The Andwutz did mini sets of cover tunes with other friends in bands. I think it was a neat idea actually to mix up the night, and it was fun to see what kinds of songs they'd come up with. They even had fake band names! I know that the music scene of folks hailing from Waltham is vast, but the incestuousness of it doesn't hit you until that kind of show...

Mike Mangini was there, and did a really great solo. I think the last time I saw a drum solo was at a Rush show a couple of years ago. Mike hails from Waltham, was the drummer for the band Extreme for a while, and now teaches at Berklee. There was definitely a large group of older people in the crowd (compared to most shows I'm used to), perhaps there to see Mangini and also some parents of younger band members? I noticed that the main guitarist for The Andwutz had her Mom up front cheering her on - - Event Dancer's Journal

"Mass Cann Awards Annouced"

The Boston-based MASS CANN/NORML gave out awards at the Bulfinch Yacht Clubs on Sept. 14, the night before the 18th Freedom Rally at Boston Common.

The winners are:

Best Music Act: The AndWutz

Mike Crawford produced the award show which also featured performances by Herbal Nation, Graveyard BBQ, the AndWutz, Nachilus Kevuck, Ben Scales and a rare two-song set by Tree.

- Mass Cann/Norml

"Curly Grrlz-Go Girls Hip Clipz Artist Search"

The winner of the Curly Grrlz - Go Girls Hip Clipz Artist Search is The Andwutz from Waltham, Ma.

The Andwutz grabbed the Grand Prize of: A one-month "Hip Clipz" showcase on and a Curly Grrlz Skateboard featuring Bombshellz Skateboard Wheelz

A one-year Elite membership compliments of

A one-year Supersonic membership compliments of Sonicbids

A huge Daisy Rock guitar package including a guitar and much, much more...

5 pairs of custom Vans shoes for the band
A sunglass package compliments of Anarchy Eyewear

100 custom rings sporting your band name or band logo from Switchring

A feature on Girls Rock Radio,

Pretty Tough and Play-Like-a-Girl Sports. A show featuring the top 20 bands streaming 24/7 on The Cover Zone produced and hosted by Lizz Randolph of

The Andwutz join previous Curly Grrlz featured artists like Phantom Planet, Fall Out Boy, Cyndi Lauper, Days Away, Paramore, Cute Is What We Aim For, Plain White T's, Everybody Else, Tsunami Bomb, Pretty In Stereo, The Breakup, Katie Neil, The Holograms, Kenotia, The Dollyrots, Axiz, Saving Jane and others.

"COVER STORY~ The AndWutz!"

THE ANDWUTZ by Kier Byrnes

The Andwutz aren’t your ordinary rock band. Hell, nothing about these girls is what I’d call ordinary. Four devastatingly cute chicks who can rock the hell out of their instruments is something you don’t see every day. Also, this Waltham-based band recently released a new CD called Project 4 am to much critical acclaim and even won a national contest hosted by Curly Grrlz Skateboards in recognition of their music. The band starts off with the adorable Karen Pino behind the drums with a glass of wine, followed by the equally beautiful and talented Lauren Mangini wielding a guitar and some Coors Light. Next up is the gorgeous Michelle Philbrick, who delves out both sarcasm and guitar licks equally well. Holding it all together is the lovely Lili Bellini, who supplies the bass guitar and lip-gloss. Each one of the girls can not only rock, but also sing.

(Full interview available at link posted above) - The Noise~Rock Around Boston


"Project 4 A.M." LP- released March 2007



The AndWutz are an all female four-piece from Waltham, MA. With no prior musical experience, the girls formed the band originally as a joke with the intentions of shooting a fake music video to laugh at. But, since they wanted to make it look like they knew what they were doing...they attempted to actually play.... Merely 5 months later, they were literally forced to start playing shows by their friends in other bands.... Since then, they have played with a long list of talented bands (The Queers, Waltham, Seemless, etc.) & all the hottest venues in Boston (The Paradise, The Middle East, Harper's Ferry, etc.), as well as the legendary CBGB's in NY. The AndWutz are here to stay!