Miss Randall is a singer-songwriter, drummer, and creative producer based in Portland, Oregon.
"Miss Randall means serious business with her artistry, weaving between metal and punk-rock sounds, her talents know no bounds." (Wonderland Magazine)
"A rarity in rock and metal bands -- to have a female 'manning the kit,' so to speak." (Amy Sciarretto, Noisecreep)
"To see and hear her behind the kit during one of the band’s lacerating shows makes you wonder how she became so good so quickly. And the girl can sing!" (Charlie Steffens, Metal Edge Magazine)
A dual citizen of the U.S.A. and Mexico, Miss Randall was brought up in a bilingual household in CDMX. She was a typical hyperactive and alternative kid, taking up singing and drumming seriously as she hit her teens. While still in High School, she would comfortably present her vocal abilities in front of a crowd, and outside of school, she circled around the local music scene, where she would wind up meeting her former metal trio Rusty Eye.
Once a determined musician, she moved to her father's native city of West Hollywood upon graduation. Her stomping ground was established a block away from the legendary Rainbow Bar & Grill and former neighbor (and mentor) Lemmy Kilmister.
At this point, she formally resumed Music Production and Audio studies once started at a music college in CDMX in Hollywood's Musicians Institute. This turned into sound engineering gigs at places such as the Whisky a Go Go and Roxy. Solidifying a knack for music production and recording, Miss Randall produced a body of work that spans multiple singles, 5 studio and 2 live albums.
Within 3 years, she established credibility as one of the first rock/metal female drummers, gigging in and around Los Angeles and Mexico City's famed venues. The band has been featured in publications, such as Noisey, Revolver, Decibel, Metal Sucks, Metal Edge, Music Connection, Brave Words, Zero Tolerance, Exclaim, and Rue Morgue.
Relevant collaborations include Sergio Arau y Los Heavy Mex (Botellita de Jerez), Fredrik Klingwall (Anima Morte), Claudio Simonetti (Goblin), Alex Mitchell (Circus of Power), and Waldemar Sorychta (Grip Inc.).
She has participated in advertising commercial music and doing songwriting and performances for hire, most recently working with Iranian film auteur Soheil Afifeh fulfilling the duty of composer and producer for his art folk-horror short "The Deb," which has been selected and won awards in the festival circuits.
Now based in Portland, Oregon since mid-2021, and no longer a member of Rusty Eye as of 2022, she is kick-starting her solo career as a singer-songwriter and performer, releasing a number of self-produced singles and creations that span multiple genres and styles, including Classic Rock, Dark Electronic, Soundtrack, Alternative, and Metal.
On the side, she has officially united forces with acclaimed guitarist and producer Waldemar Sorychta with a full debut album currently in production in Germany. A single is to be announced soon.
TBA is an additional project and a supporting line-up in her hometown of Portland.