Articles about 'Riot grrrl'

Farewell

It’s time for my final post here. It’s been a good month, in which I got to talk about things I’m passionate about but don’t usually discuss on my blog....

Natalie Dzerins // 31 January 2012

Categories: Blog

Current female punk bands

My first post for this guestblog was on women in punk bands who’d influenced me when I was growing up. At the end, I lamented that when I was a...

Natalie Dzerins // 17 January 2012

Categories: Blog

New review: Wild Flag shake their shimmy

Readers of Carrie Brownstein’s blogging at Monitor Mix will probably remember her talking about the Wild Flag project over at the npr music blog back in September: “After Sleater-Kinney broke...

Holly Combe // 16 January 2012

Categories: Blog

Bedroom dance like it’s 1995! Wild Flag shake their shimmy

Wild Flag are a supergroup comprising Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss, Helium's Mary Timony and The Minders' Rebecca Cole. Sophie Mayer examines their formation and delights in their debut self-titled album

Sophie Mayer //

Categories: Music, Reviews

Influential women of punk

It’s a great pleasure to be given the chance to be a guest blogger here at the F-Word. In order to give you some idea of what I’m like, I...

Natalie Dzerins // 4 January 2012

Categories: Blog

UPDATE: The re-emergance of riot grrrl music and politics?

Since posting Hayley’s piece about the possible re-emergance of riot grrrl politics and music, a couple of interesting things have emerged to dovetail with the sentiments of the piece. Serendipity...

Cazz Blase // 31 December 2011

Categories: Blog

New Review: The Re-emergence of Riot Grrrl music and politics?

Riot Grrrl celebrated its 20 year anniversary earlier this year, and Hayley Foster da Silva is pleased to discover evidence of its legacy in the form of Atlanta’s Coathangers and...

Cazz Blase // 22 December 2011

Categories: Blog

The re-emergence of Riot Grrrl music and politics?

Riot Grrrl celebrated its 20 year anniversary earlier this year, and Hayley Foster da Silva is pleased to discover evidence of its legacy in the form of Atlanta's Coathangers and Oxford's Secret Rivals

Hayley Foster da Silva //

Categories: Music

New review: From riots to riot grrrl: Heavens to Betsy revisited

Are you a fan of Heavens to Betsy or riot grrrl? Artist Katie Hare has put together a sound and video installation based on the seminal band’s 1993 album Calculated,...

Holly Combe // 5 October 2011

Categories: Blog

From riots to riot grrrl: Heavens to Betsy revisited

Are you a fan of Heavens to Betsy or riot grrrl? Artist Katie Hare has put together a sound and video installation based on the seminal band's 1993 album Calculated, to appear in London on 14-16 October. Cazz Blase reports

Cazz Blase //

Categories: Art, Reviews

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