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EP Review: Sad by Kamikaze Girls

Leeds/London duo Kamikaze Girls release their debut EP Sad on 2nd September via Bearded Punk (UK/EU) / Wiretap Records (US). Let it be noted now, they’re going to be huge. 284 more words


As half-written essays and half-read books pile up on my desk I procrastinate, and procrastinate further. Ended up doodling a few of my favourite Riot Grrrl musicians & copying out the Riot Grrrl manifesto. 10 more words

Punk Ass Bitches: 5 great tracks that capture Riot Grrrl.

Riot Grrrl was an underground punk-feminist movement that sprang out of Washington State and the Pacific North west in the early nineties.  I was around 14/15/16 when it exploded on the scene (to my shame, I never truly dived in) and remains one of the most exciting and explosive times in music for women. 400 more words


Skux - The Two Sides of She

It’s a tale of two halves on the debut release from Kiwi/US outfit Skux. Opener, and possibly one of the tracks of the year so far, … 82 more words


Dearest music of Kathleen Hanna and friends,

Outside my older brother’s door, in between sounds of Skinny Puppy and Cannibal Corpse there was a moment where I paused; I listened. Too afraid of teenage wrath that I may encounter, I stood attentively in the hallway. 989 more words

Love Letters

Petrol Girls thrashing out of the margins and onto the mainstage

I knew I’d like Petrol Girls as soon as I saw their Bandcamp tagline:

“Raging Feminist Post Hardcore from South East London”

I stumbled into the… 386 more words