Steve Subrizi may be reached at “ssubrizi – ‘at’ – gmail ‘dot’ com.”

Steve lives in New England and writes songs in the “post-punk” tradition of The Smiths, Elvis Costello, Hole, etc. He also admires Janelle Monáe, St. Vincent, Ruby Rose Fox, and a billion other musicians, but he’s just Steve.

He and Kirsten Opstad once formed the songwriting duo The Crazy Exes From Hell, who played “really agitated—and really funny—breakup songs” (Dan Bolles, Seven Days).

His song “I Can Do It Alone” was featured in the soundtrack of the Indie Soap Award–winning web series WRECKED. His first studio album, Home Alone Forever (2013), was produced by Jon Corey at Steed Sound and features Ariel Bernstein on drums and Kirsten Lamb on bass.

Steve is also a poet. He was a member of Emerson College’s premier slam poetry team, along with Carrie Rudzinski, Carlos Williams, and Maxwell Kessler, who went on to tour nationally as “The Gringo Choir.” His poems have appeared in such places as NAILEDMuzzle, The Scrambler, and Neon.

“Boston’s Steve Subrizi is one of the most deliriously offbeat poet/singer-songwriters in the area, and in his hands, the mundane becomes strange and wonderful…All of his poems and songs make strange turns, but they’re always filled with surprises.” — Victor D. Infante, Worcester Telegram & Gazette (emphasis Steve’s)