Liss Victory utilizes her voice as a force against the struggle – the fight for equality against poverty, hunger, discrimination, and injustice.

Liss Victory and her guitar, Smithfield, at the Cathedral of Learning in Pittsburgh, Penna.

Victory produces and anchors the pandemic-era news podcast, That BROAD Cast News, which provides street-level reporting about the government response and public perception of the global pandemic from her homebase in Brooklyn, New York City. TBCNYC airs every Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern US Time on YouTube.com/LissVictory.

In response to the pandemic quarantine, Victory also hosts and produces a virtual open mic via the Zoom which streams live on YouTube. She works with a team of volunteers in order to cultivate a global performance community online. Hambone’s Open Mic welcomes all performance types and talent levels from anywhere in the world. You can join as a performer or audience member on Zoom every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Eastern US Time. Zoom ID: 831-6064-8516 Or you can watch the livestream at YouTube.com/LissVictory

During her time in Pittsburgh, Penna., Victory produced and headlined a seasonal all-femme showcase called “The Girlie Show.” Victory also masterminded and hosted Haus Mic, a living room open mic produced at the OG Pittsburgh Art House and the Garfield Art House.

Victory writes songs about war and love. She plays a grungy guitar rhythm paired with thought-provoking lyrics, with a sound reminiscent of Nirvana’s “Unplugged” album. Her work has been described as “hurricane-voiced songs that can be dark, but not necessarily bleak” (Times-News, Erie, Pa.). A “political songstress” (Pittsburgh City Paper), her work reflects a Middle American background, living in the shadows of a withering industrial Pennsylvania during the longest war in United States history.

Liss Victory sitting outside her middle school, Erie, Penna.

Victory draws inspiration from her musical friends and loved-ones, with such influences as John Yochim of Pegasus Unicorn and Jargonauts; DJBJ Bob Jensen of Basement Transmissions; Matt Boland of Broke Boland; Chet Vincent of The Big Bend.

Victory learned guitar as an adult from Yochim and began performing live shows after writing her first song in 2009, “Blue on Blue… ACTION!,” which she performed with Jensen for the Edinboro Celebration of Excellence. She has toured performing live music across the United States, as well as India and Canada.

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Shut-In Sessionswith Leesta Vall Recordings [Sept. 2020]
Quelque Chose” LP
[April 6, 2018]
Victory At The Crossroads (VXRoads) “chetirye [Oct. 1, 2016]
The Low Lights Make Me Love You” EP [Dec. 31, 2015]
Kodachrome Heart – limited edition 7″ inch vinyl record [April 10, 2015]
BT Sessions [June 10, 2013]
Basement Transmissions VDay Comp [Feb. 14, 2011]