The two driving forces behind 79.5 are Kate Mattison and Lola Adanna, and they’re ready to tell things in a different way. With their self-titled album »79.5«, they write a story halfway between 70s underground disco and »sugar-sweet girl pop« that fits in perfectly with the fictional feminist radio station 79.5. Feelings of yesteryear meet real talk about the macho music industry without seeming like a repetition of repetition. Although the band has already released an album with a different line-up, the addition of rapper Lola Adanna has dramatically changed the vibe once again. With »79.5« they press the New York spirit into album form and still have time for feminist criticism. While they feel »like dancing«, they »fight for all« and shout »B.D.F.Q« (Bitch Don’t Fucking Quit) into the wind. The eleven tracks cling to each other like stage smoke to sweaty bodies. Smooth but hard, you could say of the dreamy disco sounds that only reveal their true message on closer listening. So if you haven’t hung up the disco ball to »Fight for All« yet, there’s something you haven’t quite understood.