Cake Like is an influential all-female alternative rock band that emerged in 1993. Formed in New York City, the group blended elements of punk, indie, and art rock to create a distinctive sound characterized by catchy melodies and thought-provoking lyrics. The trio consisting of Kerri Kenney-Silver, Nina Hellman, and Jody Seifert caught the attention of avant-garde musician John Zorn, leading to their debut album Delicious being released on his label, Avant Records. Delicious was produced by Craig Wedren (Shudder To Think) and Eli Janney (Girls Against Boys). Eventually, Cake Like signed to Neil Young’s Vapor label at the suggestion of Ric Ocasek, and released two more albums; Bruiser Queen and Goodbye So What. The band's music reflected a perfect amalgamation of raw energy and introspective storytelling, leaving a lasting impact on the indie music scene.