Dont Tell a Soul
'...the wallop of a regular '80s-style chick-rock band.....Josie and the Pussycats, all grown up.' -- The East Bay Express 'BEST GIRL BAND 2004...the band with the plan...' -- San Francisco Bay Guardian, Best of the Bay, 2004. 'After decades of dabbling in nonsurgical genderf@#k, rock 'n' roll finally has it's first all-tranny band...a glammy '80s dance party in five easy tracks-and a sincere desire to blow your mind.' -- David Schmader, Seattle Stranger / Portland Mercury 'Power pop fivesome...takes you back to sing-along, dance-along 80s hooks with a touch of irony over every word.' -- Lisa Bradshaw, Portland JustOut '...America's premier all-trans band...' -- Robert Urban, AfterElton.com 'What an exciting performance! Great chops, great vox, and great tunes.' -- Cru Jones, Emergenza News '...fast pop guitars and bubblegum hooks... ...less garage pop and more radio from two decades ago... ...air-guitar fantasy made real.' -- Planet Out Buzzworthy. '...gorgeous guitar-work and introspective lyrics. ...a lot of promise plus a keen fashion sense.' -- Benji Holman, SF Bay Times 'Glitter, sneers, and ridiculously high heels are abundant, as are raging keyboard riffs and catchy lyrics, part of a new CD's worth of original pop songs.' -- San Francisco Weekly. '[T]he conspiracy is that they are just too good and we look forward to more.' -- EarBuzz.com 'The songs retain a distinct late '80s feel-almost like they came right off of the Miami Vice soundtrack.' -- Houston's Outsmart Magazine. 'Lipstick Conspiracy plays original songs that sound like lost power pop gems.' -- Other Magazine. '...hard-hitting transgender power pop...' -- Matt Chaban, Oregon Daily Emerald '...TG rock band is on the come-up!' -- KQED.