Atlanta, GA’s Moto-Litas combine riot grrrl attitude and twisted style inside new millennium indie rock and roll. They’re not really elegant like Lilith Good, but independently attractive with their very own musical stance. Each of them go by their very own pseudonyms, as well. Frontwoman/guitarist Courtney Ruler (Kitty Kowabunga) originally fulfilled up with drummer Stacy Kerber (Betty “Skins” Boomskins), guitarist Mary Frances Collins (Trixie Riptide), and bassist Erin Bradley Dangar (Leggy Limbeaux) in a dinner party having to pay tribute to Agent Orange’s Dusty Watson in the past due ’90s. All had been practicing music artists and enjoyed a wholesome dose of rock — Mötley Crüe, Dark Sabbath, and Motörhead. Therefore they opted to start out a music group, naming themselves following the tyre on Aston Martin DB6. Their personal cover of Oh-OK’s (which presented Michael Stipe’s sister, Lynda) music “Lilting” constructed a scene across the Moto-Litas’ concert events, and their weighty blend spotlighting stylings of X, the Go-Go’s, and Sleater-Kinney had been entirely on their feisty debut For the higher Great in fall 2001.