Typhoid Rosie is female-fronted, high-energy, sing-along, alt/power punk/orgcore with pop hooks and indie grit out of Brooklyn, New York.
They have been featured in Paste Magazine, Buzzfeed, Alternative Press, AXS, The Huffington Post, Baeble Music, New Noise Magazine, Dying Scene, Punk News, Hype Magazine, The Punk Site, The Bad Copy, The Big Takeover, American Songwriter Magazine, Substream Magazine, Impose Magazine, Tattoo.com, Popdose, PopWrapped, PopMatters, Audiofuzz, Consequence, Punkanormal Activity, BuzzPony, SheKnows, Eat Sleep Breathe Music, Hollywood Life, The Alt Entertainer, Colorodo Punk Rock Army, Indie Rocks Magazine, Vents Magazine, No Depression, Beehive Candy, Punkuation Magazine, StageDive Magazine, Punktastic, Count Your Bruises Magazine, Thirty Roses, Turn Up The Volume, Newswhistle, Maximum Volume, Eat This Music, That's Good Enough For Me, Metal Orgie, TremG, Amplify Music Magazine, Grande Rock Magazine, Riff Magazine, Punk Rock Mag, Total Entertainment, Shameless Promotion, Wannabe, Pens Eye View, Skope Magazine, Philthy Mag, Infused Music, She Makes Music UK, Raw Ramp, Magazine, Metal Nerd, Rock N' Load Magazine, Drop the Spotlight, Indie Band Guru, If Its Too Loud, Thoughts Words and Action, Punkadeka Magazine, Metal Mad Magazine, Suffer Magazine, 5-7-0 Press, Official Indie, Mayhem Rockstar Magazine, Silence Magazine, A Journal Of Musical Things, Drop the Spotlight, Almost Anything, Melody Lane, Rock Fanatics, Plastico Elastico, Mpire Magazine, Krachfink, Terrorverlag, Disobetient Sounds, Away From Life, Jersey Beat, Radioactive Magazine, FestivalStalker, Independent Artist Buzz, Shoot Me Again Webzine, Rawing In the Pit, WithGuitars, Volatile Weekly, Bombshell Magazine, SceneZine, Rock Shotz News, Wordkraft, Comic Pop Library, AllSchools.de, Freak Magnet, The AU Review, Femme Metal Magazine, Punk Rocker, Loud Hacker, Scene Point Blank, and many more.
They have also been featured on Alternative Press's Discover Spotify Playlist, Substream Magazine's "Take Five: The Songs You Need To Know this Week", Impose Magazine’s “Week In Pop”, Loudwire's Weekly Wire Spotify Playlist, Real Punk Radio, Tinnitist's Monday Mix Tape, Punk Rock Mag's Best of 2021 playlist, Punk Rock Radar's New Music Friday playlist, Female Punk Voices playlist, The Carolyn (59X Records)'s Sleep Deprived Punx playlist, Turn Up The Volume's Pick Of The Day, Heat On The Streets playlist, Silence's Music Fridays playlist, New Punk Rock Frequency playlist, the Chuck Vans Show, Suck It! Podcast, New England Indie playlist , Punk Sundays playlist, Old Sport Records Top Punk Picks playlist, The Underground Revival playlist, Our Lady Of Perpetual Punk playlist, Havoc Underground's Underground Punk playlist, Punk Rock Riot: A Crash Course In Punk and Pop Punk, From The Straight playlist, New Skate Punk Bands Discovery playlist, Rock Era's Punky Sundays playlist, Grande Rock Music Vol. 6 playlist, Turn Up The Volume's Knockout Tracks playlist, Empty Room's Indie Rock Flavor playlist, Digital Feedback's New Pop Punk Discovery playlist, Punk Rock Demonstration playlist, New Scene Who Dis? playlist, SLC Punkcast, Punk Til I Die podcast, DVT Entertainment's "25 Artists You Need to Check Out",Way Out Radio, The Book of Lies Radio, Total Rock's Smells Like Black Flag Radio, The Power Pop Shoppe podcast, Indie Heads New Music Friday, Wassup Rocker Radio, Savage Mountain Punk Fest, Pretty In Punk Festival, Deutchtown Music Festival, Knuckledown Records Showdown, Trent Mix Radio, UK Independent Radio, 8 Up Record's Skid Row Garage benefit compilation, Positive Punk's Punk Against Cancer Vol. 1, Hell Hath No Fury Records Vol 3 and I'm Music's "31 Best Albums of 2018" and Jersey Beat's "Top 10 Albums of 2021".
Typhoid Rosie has also charted on indie radio stations in the UK, France, and Australia and has received rotation radio play throughout the United States and Europe.
Typhoid Rosie is known for putting on an entertaining and high energy live performance. They have been playing regularly mostly around the Northeast for years now at places like The Knitting Factory, Brooklyn Bazaar, The Kingsland, Goldsounds, Coney Island Brewery, The Well, The Nest, Cobra Club, Bar Freda, Tender Trap (Coco66), Muchmores, Ottos Shrunken Head, The Swamp (a/k/a the Lake / East Rev),The Paper Box , Don Pedros , Grand Victory, The Gutter, Arlenes Grocery, Bowery Electric, VYNL, Cake Shop, The Living Room, Guacuco, Hart Bar, The Delancey, LIC Bar, and Bowery Poetry Club in New York City; Stanhope House, Crossroads, Curioddites, Robs Place and The Saint in New Jersey; O'Briens in Boston; Jungle Music Club in Somerville, MA; Apeland in Holyoke, Mass; the Parliament Room/Otus Supply, Coinhouse, and the Phoenix510 in Detroit, MI; Karl Hall in Wilkes Barre PA; Cherry Street Station in Connecticut; Freshys in Philadelphia; The Church in Lebanon, PA; Penn Brewery in Pittsburgh, PA, Mezzos in Cumberland MD, Bar XIII in Wilmington, DE, and Morgantown Art Party in Morgantown WV.
Their fourth full length studio album, recorded during the COVID-19 quarantine, released on August 13, 2021, following their previous three studio albums: the Music Album (2013),Hearts Bleed Goodbye (2016) and This is Now (2018). The new album features gang vocals by special guests: Coolie Ranx (Pilfers), Jenny Whiskey and Rob George (Hub City Stompers), Becky Lynn Blanca (Penny Matches), and Jay Prozac (the Prozacs).
The band has shows scheduled in Brooklyn, Queens, Kerhonkson NY, Wilkes Barre PA, Wilmington DE, Peekskill, NY, Pittsburgh PA, Boston MA, Holyoke MA, and Springfield VT and is currently booking more for 2022 throughout the Northeast.
Typhoid Rosie is:
Rosie Rebel: Vocals
Phil Wartell: Drums
Jeff Crews: Lead Guitar
Cory Clifton: Rhythm Guitar
David Aufox: Bass