Brassy was the brainchild of Muffin Spencer, Jon Spencer’s child sister and a guitarist, beginner rapper, and narcissistic loudmouth in her own best. As an expatriate surviving in London, Muffin installed with guitarist Stefan Gordon, bassist Karen Frost, and drummer Johnny Barrington, or DJ Swett, as he was known while rotating the tires of metal. Brassy released its brazen dance-punk with some singles in 1996 and 1997. By 1999, the music group was agreed upon to Wiiija and got issued the Reward Beats dual-7″ EP, which highlighted the underground strike single “I CANNOT Wait.” FIRST GOT IT Produced, their full-length debut, was along with a series of membership tours and began to spread the term about this inquisitive band mixing punk looks with cool beats and cheeky laughter. Some noticed the Plasmatics; others noticed Biz Markie. Everyone decided that Muffin got as much moxie as her blues-exploding sibling. “Play Some D” became the bomb monitor through the record. It had been released as an individual and was remixed several occasions, but was after that re-released 3 years later on when Motorola started using the monitor in an internationally ad marketing campaign. That high-profile positioning played directly into Brassy’s go back to polish, which occurred in August 2003 with Gettin Smart, their second full-length. Smart performed down the dancey components of days gone by and diluted the punk furor and only a larger hip-hop impact and rocking, however curiously blank-sounding, guitars.