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Girls at Our Best!

Shaped in Leeds, Britain in 1979, the pop-punk unit Girls at Our Top! comprised vocalist Judy Evans, guitarist Adam Alan and bassist Gerald Swift. Originally dubbed the Butterflies, they kicked across the United kingdom punk picture, and were around the verge of disabanding if they taken care of immediately an …

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New Young Pony Club

The London dance-rock group New Young Pony Club initially featured Tahita Bulmer (vocals), Andy Spence (guitar), Igor Volk (bass), Lou Hayter (keyboards), and Sarah Jones (drums). Motivated by LCD Soundsystem, the Stranglers, and Gang of Four, the music group arrived using the release from the Glaciers Cream 7″ in Feb …

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Pigbag

Pigbag was among the restlessness from the later-’70s/early-’80s post-punks. Instead of conform to a precise audio, the group combined components of funk and jazz to their “anything will go” attitude. The group produced in 1980 by Chris Hamlyn (clarinet, percussion), Roger Freeman (percussion, trombone), Chris Lee (trumpet), and Adam Johnstone …

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LiLiPUT

Through the punk rock and roll era from the late ’70s, there have been three bands composed of women who produced among the better, most adventurous, most exhilarating, & most critically derided music of that time period. Two had been the English rings the Slits as well as the Raincoats, …

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The Sick Bees

Following within the custom of feminist punk organizations just like the Raincoats as well as the Delta 5, the Sick and tired Bees comprised singer/guitarist Starla, drummer Julio and J. Knolin, whose responsibilities included “sound stuff.” Their debut LP On the main one made an appearance in 1998; My Pleasure …

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The Coathangers

An all-female garage area punk music group with an irreverent, fun-loving attitude, the Coathangers play purposefully basic, hooky music that borrow from vintage gal group noises and contemporary teenager pop acts as very much because the old-school punk and brand-new wave clothes that inform their audio. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, …

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The Slits

Combined with the Raincoats and Liliput, the Slits are one of many female punk rock and roll bands from the later ’70s. Not merely do they bravely (or foolishly, you end up being the judge) jump in to the fray with small, if any, musical capability (on the debut tour …

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Love of Diagrams

A trio having a fiery, angular audio that recalls post-punk greats like Siouxsie as well as the Banshees and Pylon, the Melbourne, Australia-based trio Like of Diagrams feature vocalist/bassist Antonia Sellbach, guitarist/vocalist Luke Horton, and drummer Monika Fikerle (who also used the Bites, Ocean Scouts, the Grimm, and Jihad Against …

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Maximum Joy

Bristol, England-based post-punk music group Maximum Pleasure were formed in 1979 by trumpeter and saxophonist Tony Wrafter — following a separation of his previous music group Glaxo Infants — and vocalist and clarinetist Janine Rainforth. Bassist Dan Catsis and drummer Charlie Llewellin, both of whom had been also in Glaxo …

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Ludus

Ludus are among the less-known Manchester rings from the post-punk period. Created in 1978 by previous Manicured Sound guitarist Arthur Kadmon, the group in the beginning consisted of previous Nosebleeds drummer Philip Tolman, bassist Willie Trotter, and vocalist Linder (Linda Mulvey), a Manchester scenester who designed record sleeves and posters …

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