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Barren Girls

Raleigh, NEW YORK quartet Barren Women formed in Dec of 2011 when guitarist/vocalist Carla Wolff attempt to begin an all-girl garage area punk group. Wolff got previously used drummer Ash Truck Eijk within an work known as Lazy Janes, and known as on Truck Eijk to become listed on Barren …

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JAN

The latter half of Los Angeles-based post-punk/art rock duo Eagle & Talon, Kim Talon (JAN) blends the raw riot grrrl attack of Wild Flag using the sleek retro-rock panache from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Documented at Seattle’s London Bridge Studios and made by John Goodmanson (the Gossip, Blonde Redhead, Sleater-Kinney), …

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Dead Sara

The wailing rally cries of Rage Against the device as well as the urban blues punk from the Kills were two major the different parts of Dead Sara’s first single “Weatherman,” however the song also filled a gap left following the decrease of grunge, as an easy, guitar-driven rock & …

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Le Butcherettes

Le Butcherettes were founded in Mexico in 2008 by vocalist/guitarist Teri Gender Bender (Denver-born and Mexican-bred Teri Suarez) and previous drummer Auryn Jolene. The music group quickly garnered underground acclaim for his or her outrageous concert events: they dressed up in ’50s-period women’s clothes and used props (for politics reasons) …

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Wild Flag

Wild Flag may be the bicoastal task of Portland, Oregon indie rock luminaries Carrie Brownstein, Janet Weiss, and Rebecca Cole, and Washington, D.C.’s Mary Timony. Brownstein and Weiss are most widely known as two-thirds of Sleater-Kinney, Cole as the drummer for the Minders, and Timony for Helium and her single …

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Eula

Post-punk three-piece Eula shaped while going to music college in Fresh Haven, Connecticut. Centered around the demonstration recordings and fiery tone of voice of guitarist Alyse Lamb, the group proceeded to go in a noisy, angular, indie rock and roll path when she asked bassist Jeff Maleri and drummer Nathan …

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Corin Tucker

A co-founder of Sleater-Kinney, perhaps one of the most essential feminist punk rock and roll bands from the ’90s, Corin Tucker also played in Heavens to Betsy early for the reason that 10 years before joining forces with Carrie Brownstein in 1994. Sleater-Kinney’s music gained near-universal acclaim through the release …

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Mary Timony

Most widely known for fronting the Boston-based noise-pop trio Helium, vocalist/guitarist Mary Timony was created and raised in Washington, D.C., afterwards studying viola on the city’s Duke Ellington College from the Arts. Through the early ’90s she fronted Autoclave, a short-lived but respectable girl-punk quartet that released a set of …

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