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Girlpuppy is 21-year-old Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Becca Harvey. Wanting to be either Hannah Montana or Taylor Swift growing up, she is now making music that sounds nothing like her childhood influences. Following her first track release For You and its success, she enlisted Marshall Vore (Phoebe Bridgers) to help make her debut EP, which is coming soon.



Oakland Cemetery

“Oakland Cemetery is my favorite place to enjoy nature because of how beautiful and different everything is there, and it’s a nice walk with not too many hills or anything.” – girlpuppy


“[They] sell Funko Pops, which I love!”

-Curated By Boregard.

“Our favorite record shop is Criminal Records in Little Five Points; the vibe is relaxed and the records are diverse.”

– Curated By Larkin Poe

“My favorite local record store in Atlanta is definitely Criminal Records in Little Five Points. They have been a pillar in the community for so long.”

– Curated by Ceelo Green

“Criminal Records is my favorite local record store”

– Curated by Big Boi

“I love Criminal Records in Little 5 Points. They have a really large selection of music and a cool, grungy vibe that I dig.”

– Sa-Roc

“We love Criminal Records. We’ve performed there a couple of times and they’ve always been so kind to us”


Slutty Vegan

“I order the one night stand with skinny dippers on the side. This is the best local restaurant because it’s vegan food but you wouldn’t even know it, and it’s a black owned business.” – girlpuppy

Terminal West

“My favorite local venue is Terminal West. I’ve seen all of my favorite bands there and I love the size and vibe of the venue.” – girlpuppy


“Always has the cook kids, bands, vibe is away about the artist and the music. It’s so very diverse and people always come to have a good time and connect with the artist. It’s also the perfect size. Not too big or small. Just right.” – A$H

September Gray Fine Art Gallery

“September Gray Fine Art has the most beautiful paintings and they’re very inclusive with the artists whose pieces they show.” – girlpuppy