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Don't Look Down on Teenage Girls - Their Opinion is Just as Valid as Yours

Opinions are like bum holes – everyone has them, right? So why are teenage girls being made to feel like theirs doesn’t matter? We have opinions on politics, what’s going on in the world and even- dum dum duh- … 576 more words


Women's History: Memphis Minnie

In what is perhaps the best-known story of a blues woman as legend, Big Bill Broonzy tells of the “cutting” contest he lost to Memphis Minnie following her 20-minute performance of “Me and My Chauffeur Blues.” So carried away was she with the jam, Minnie was carted offstage by the judges who were said to be bluesmen Tampa Red, Muddy Waters and most unlikely, Mississippi John Hurt. 1,541 more words


Three Women: Yoko Ono, Buffy Sainte-Marie & Nina Simone

Coincidence or likely story, three of the great freedom singers of our time, Yoko Ono, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Nina Simone were born on nearly consecutive days in February. 258 more words

Arts And Culture

Women in rock & why the ditching the term 'female fronted' matters.

Let’s just get one thing clear here.

The term ‘female fronted’ is an insult to the rock and metal community and it needs to fucking go. 532 more words

Wall Of Sound

CHASTITY BELT: Making The Most of Seattle’s DIY Community & Leading Rock’s Feminist Charge


Like a prettily manicured hand wrapped tight after a brawl, Seattle’s Chastity Belt flexes a gauzy and bruised, unapologetically girly riot grrrl glee.

Their March release Time To Go Home is an intoxicating blend of fuzzy noise pop, with a spectrum that shimmers in shades of The Pixies, Sonic Youth, and especially Kathleen Hanna, of course, languishing in her electroclash era with Le Tigre. 1,092 more words

Interview: Vukovi

In between the release of a brand new single and gearing up for some awesome festival slots this summer, alt-rock band Vukovi managed to find some time to catch up with us. 870 more words


The Damsel In Distress

It was around 2009/2010 that I really started taking on the identity of being a vocalist in our band. Not just a guitarist who happens to also wail in to some beat-up town-bicycle-style microphone because no one else in the band can be arsed doing it. 1,147 more words