Tag: Riot Grrrl
Grrrls in the Five Boroughs – Frida Kill is For the Children
A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents sat down with the four-piece feminist punk band to discuss their origins, the music-fan-to-punk-musician pipeline, and how the younger generation gives them hope.
Sounding Out with Izzy #49: THICK
In the fourth episode of Season 3, Izzy catches up with Nicole, Kate, and Shari of Brooklyn pop punk trio THICK.
Mold Mom Shares 10 Tracks That Inspired Their Debut Album ‘Signal Flow’
Ahead of the release of their latest album ‘Signal Flow,’ Sofia from Mold Mom shared ten songs that inspired the record with A Grrrl’s Two Sound Cents.
Sounding Out with Izzy #46: Alice Bag
In the premiere episode of Season 3 of “Sounding Out with Izzy,” Isabel Corp interviews first-wave punk pioneer, author, and self-proclaimed troublemaker Alice Bag.
Izzy’s Grrrly Mix: September 2022
Featuring songs by Julia Jacklin, girlpuppy, Ezra Furman, THICK, Pinkshift, Shilpa Ray, Stella Donnelly, VIAL, Automatic, La Luz, Body Horrors, Small Town, Puppy Angst, Veronica Everheart, Bad Waitress, Modern Nun, Emma Blue Jeans, Just Mustard, Emma Ruth Rundle, Drahla, Uma Bloo, and BRITNEY, bitch!!! LISTEN
Sounding Out with Izzy #45: Gina Young
“I played a show with my girlfriend in San Francisco last week and it was so nice to have a sound guy who wasn’t an asshole. I’ve faced so much [sex-based discrimination and homophobia] in the music industry. And now I’m at a point in my life where I’m wondering how I can move on…
Recap of Riot Grrrl Fest with VIAL, Evvie Echoes, & Mint Green + Q&A with Weird Sister Records
On Wednesday, August 10, Weird Sister Records and Popgun Presents partnered with the Abortion Access Front to throw a raucous riot grrrl summer bash at Elsewhere. The bill flaunted exceptional all-queer/female talent, including Brooklyn’s charismatic punk outfit Eevie Echoes, who started the night off with a bang with hilarious and heart-wrenching self-aware anthems with an…
A Conversation with JD Danner
At eighteen years old, JD Danner embarked on the path she thought would provide her with comfort and stability. Instead she was met with the tedious task of crunching numbers as an accountant and had her hopes further crushed when doctors delivered the news that her chances of having children were obsolete. Facing down a…
A Conversation with G.B. Jones: The Foremother of Queercore & Riot Grrrl
The Queercore movement did not originate in San Francisco, or in Oregon, but in a small apartment at Queen and Parliament in Toronto. In 1985, G.B. Jones and Bruce LaBruce created a queer punk zine called J.D.s, which stood for Juvenile Delinquents, James Dean, and J.D. Salinger. Fusing B-movie aesthetics with bootlicking fetishes and cheeky…
Thelma and the Sleaze on Pride, Self-Empowerment, and Keeping Local Venues Open
“Having lived through these cultural shifts in society where how you get music has changed so much, I think it’s crippling to artists that people will spend money on cryptocurrency and NFTs, but they won’t buy records… Venues and DIY shows are becoming extinct… so get the fuck out to shows and support these bands!…