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Dolly Mixture

This pop threesome of Debsey Wykes (vocals, bass), Hester Smith (drums), and Rachel Bor (guitar) formed a sharp contrast against the ruling post-punk and angst accumulating in London around 1979 with bands like Gang of Four getting heralded in the favorite press as the best things. Originally, Dolly Mix was …

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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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Slant 6

Acquiring their name from a Dodge engine, Slant 6 surfaced around the Washington DC scene in the summertime of 1992. Comprised of Myra Power (Lucky 13), Christina Billotte (Autoclave), and Marge Marshall, they proceeded to go into the studio room and created a three track solitary for Dischord in 1993, …

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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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Glorytellers

Glorytellers were formed by vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Geoff Farina after he spent the majority of 14 years leading the Boston-based music group Karate and was area of the duo Key Stars. The greater ballad-oriented Glorytellers also feature drummer Luther Grey III. They released their self-titled debut recording for the Southern label on …

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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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The Raincoats

One of the most unusual bands to go up from the Uk punk explosion from the 1970s, the Raincoats were post-punk before punk’s initial take action had fully played out; that they had small desire for the velocity or velocity from the Clash or the Sex Pistols, rather embracing a …

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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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Kleenex

Kleenex/LiLiPUT were probably one of the most influential all-female works in punk rock and roll history, forging an audio that paved just how for the riot grrrl and pop-punk motions. Founded in the past due ’70s, their profession lasted just a few years, until 1983. But mainly because their influence …

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