Calgary’s clamor rock couple Miesha and The Spanks are wild with a touchy underbelly. Steadfast. In any case, with a solid craving for something new for the street. What’s more, wherever they meander: uproarious, shake, and roll. Envision Karen O in Jack White’s place on right on time White Stripes. Then again, Joan Jett fronting The Hives with a loading measurement of force pop tunefulness.


Framed by Miesha Louie in 2008, the first EP was discharged promptly to a few grounds radio approval. The fast recording and discharge would set point of reference for whatever remains of the Spanks’ profession a rambunctious energy to compose, record, discharge, visit, rehash, that hasn’t backed off. They have developed from simple alt-nation (S/T EP, 2008), twangy rockers (Mmmade For Me, 2009), punky scrappers (Mean/Fuck EP, 2010), and jangly power-carport (Gods Of Love, Split EP, 2011) to the uproarious and vast, transitioning minefield that is Girls, Like Wolves (2013).


Delivered by Canadian rock legend, Ian Blurton, Girls, Like Wolves is ten melodies louder and bigger than Miesha and The Spanks have ever sounded, encompassed by compositions and a characteristic soundtrack politeness the remote Kananaskis area. This consolidated with Blurton’s live-off-the-floor approach really uncover the harsh and-tumble unruly nature of this overwhelming and irresistible Alberta two-piece.

“a melody apparently seeking to win over my affections… Calgary’s own energy carport band, Miesha and The Spanks-conjuring up musical pictures of the best and most symphonious tunes of The Runaways.” Grant Lawrence, CBC, on new single “Cowhide Jacket” (Gods Of Love);

“11 hot, messy carport rock builds – an insidious and superb collection that gives Louie a role as a frontwoman fatale who’s a half and half of PJ Harvey and Karen O.” Mike Bell, Calgary Herald, on “Divine forces Of Love;”

“She was m-m-m-made for you. Then again, at any rate that is the thing that she’ll make them accept after you give her most recent collection a twist… Gods of Love conveys track after track of impacting soul and carport prepared scrappers.” Krista Sylvester, FFWD Magazine, on “Lords Of Love;”

“Miesha Louie: artist musician, have guitar will travel. She’ll pack up her rigging, accumulate her drummer, jump in the van and play any appear, anyplace. The mountain young lady from Invermere, BC, is one of the most focused young ladies in the big time. I can see the feature sprinkled over the spread at this point.” Brad Simm, Beatroute Mag