Seasaw, a duo based in Madison, WI, is Meg Golz (drums, synth, vocals) and Eve Wilczewski (guitar, vocals). Seasaw's music is the product of two best friends continually exploring all of the ways they can construct a singular, sarcastic indie rock sound.
    They have performed alongside Chvrches, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, Har Mar Superstar, Nada Surf, Shakey Graves, Lucius and many others.


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    ANCHR Artist of the Week: Seasaw

    My favorite thing about Seasaw is the passion and intention they have behind every single piece of music they put out and every single performance they give.

    Quarantunes: Seasaw looks for light in the darkness on “Inventor”

    It’s much sadder than Seasaw’s usually breezy indie pop, but “Inventor” presents the constant bummer with a wink.

    Seasaw confronts what it means to be a 'big dog' on new album

    Their sound melds garage rock rawness with bright pop arrangements, evoking indie bands like the White Stripes, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Sleater-Kinney or the New Pornographers.

    Indie pop sensations turn it up on new album

    "The umbrella of indie-pop is a large one, but Seasaw is clearly comfortable stretching out underneath it, going in the directions that move them. And in Madison, they’re among the best at what they do."

    "God(zilla)" premieres on Earmilk

    "The track itself is upbeat and folksy, highlighting the very best that the falsetto harmonies of Golz and Wilczewski have to offer."

    "Big Dogs" Music Video via The Grey Estates

    "The album's title track may start with the sound of seemingly enraged guitar, but the pair incorporate a lightness into their noise, with tender, curious vocals that serve as a voice of reason in a world overwrought with misogyny."

    Seasaw's new video for "Knockout" brings a battle to life

    “The song is an arresting narrative of a person dealing with depression and the video that accompanies the song brings the reality of that fight to life.”

    Indie-pop duo Seasaw blend rock and feminine power in album ‘Big Dogs

    From the glittery synth-pop track ‘No Way’ which is reminiscent of CHVRCHES to their addictive track ‘God(villa)’ which oozes rock and roll, ‘Big Dogs’ is full of unique moments throughout the record proving that the ladies can, in fact, play with the big dogs.

    God(zilla) on Imperfect Fifth

    Everyone’s favorite indie pop duo Seasaw– expertly comprised of Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski – is back with another new music video for the entrancing track “God(zilla)”.

    Big Dogs featured on Come Here Floyd

    Starting from a more indie-folk-grassroots kind of basis for their act, they’ve progressed with each step to meld together even more of their real life experiences into their songs. The tool belt for telling their stories, through their music has lengthened and widened, for the benefit of us, the listeners.

    It's Not Easy Being Green in Seasaw's "God(zilla)" Video

    "In the clip, Meg Golz and Eve Wilczewski play an athletic trainer and a Godzilla-esque lizard monster, respectively, stomping their way through Madison. And though the destruction is mostly cardboard, it’s still just metaphorical."

    Seasaw is one of Tone Madison's musical wishes for 2018.

    "In all, Too Much Of A Good Thing was a solid record, and should provide an important foundation for Seasaw's in-the-works new album."

    Seasaw's cover of Weezer's "Say It Ain't So" featured in Alternative Press

    "They injected new life in Weezer’s classic track from The Blue Album with this cover."

    Live at Paste Magazine Studios in NYC

    Watch Seasaw perform at the Paste Studio in New York!

    Daytrotter Session - March 2017

    Our newest Paste Music & Daytrotter session is live. Recorded in March 2017 at the start of our East Coast Tour in Daytotter's original Futureappletree studios.

    Album Premiere on Impose Magazine

    'Too Much of a Good Thing' premiere and review thanks to Impose Magazine.

    BANDCAMPING: The Best Underground Albums of July

    As featured in Nerdist as one of the "Top 5 Underground Albums of July"