Nog Watt were an all-girl hardcore punk band from Amsterdam. The vocals are not weak, but with the perfect amount of aggressiveness. Their sound is ripping, thrash-esque tone with some beautiful melodic riffs and slow noise-rock dirge parts.
In 1998 Bianca met Berila and the 2 girls talked about a comun desire of having an all girl band. Then Berila joined on drums and Bianca on guitar. They knew it would be hard to find girls into punk rock because the old fashion rules of society, but they wanted to give a try. Thinking on who whould acept the mission, Bianca called a friend, Silvia - she was learning to play bass. They needed one more person to complete the group, and thats when Iéri appeared and so the band was formed. They have chosen the name Bulimia ebcause of a disease that too many women get it by being obsessed by a beauty padron tought by media. It couldn't be a better name for a band who was fighting against the machist culture and the patriarchal society.
Se Julgar Incapaz Foi O Maior Erro Que Cometeu | DOWNLOAD |
01 Tongue Tied 02 Billy Mummy 03 Delivery 04 1 Minute 05 Marathon 06 Other Animals Are #1 07 High Society 08 ... 09 French Canadia 10 How To Tell Yourself From A Television 11 Fault List 12 C.Rex 13 Walk Don't Fly 14 Dexterity Is #2 15 _ _ _
The Wage of Sin were a band from Jersey City, New Jersey, formed in October 2000 by Rachel Rosen. Rachel finally had time to start an all girl band like she had always wanted. She wanted to prove that there are girls in hardcore who can play their instruments well and write their own songs. The Wage of Sin managed to write songs that combine elements of hardcore, metal, and punk that clearly holds its own against their more testosterone-heavy counterparts. They’ve shared the stage with such hardcore and metal luminaries as Converge, Sick of It All, Poison the Well and Shai Hulud and they’ve never once come across as the weaker sex. The band released two albums: The Product of Deceit and Loneliness (2002), A Mistaken Belief in Forever (2003), and disbanded in May 2005.
The Product Of Deceit And Loneliness | DOWNLOAD | A Mistaken Belief In Forever | DOWNLOAD |
De Fatwa's is a band from Amsterdam and exists since February 2003. Their music is a fast, taken on the basics of late 70ties punk. The songs are straightforward and short, with lyrics about women issues and social politics.
Demo (including Don't Buy, Lafaard, Not With Me, On the Street) | DOWNLOAD |
Serbian alt-rock band from Novi Sad formed in 1981 by Biljana B. - drums, Jasna M. - vocals, lyrics, keyboards, Vesna B. - guitar, Ljilja M. - bass. After Vesna has left the band, Darko M. joined and Boye weren't an all-female group anymore.
Cadallaca is an indie rock band formed at a party in Portland, Oregon in 1997. The group consists of Corin Tucker of Sleater-Kinney (lead vocals and guitar), Sarah Dougher of The Lookers (Farfisa organ), and sts, also of the Lookers (drums). The three ladies in the band have adopted the nicknames Kissy, Dusty, and Junior. The band is often described as being an old-fashioned girl group, in the tradition of such acts as the Shangri-Las, with a feminist rhetoric.
Autoclave was a short-lived all-female indie rock band based in Washington, D.C. Formed in the summer of 1990, the group consisted of Christina Billotte (vocals and electric bass guitar), Mary Timony (electric guitar and vocals), Nikki Chapman (electric guitar and vocals), and Melissa Berkoff (drum set). The group became known for their intelligent, slightly off-kilter brand of rock, which featured the use of compound and changing meters, thus affiliating them with the “math rock” movement. In 1991 they released a self titled album. The group broke up in May 1991, with Timony joining Helium and Billotte forming Slant 6.
The realization that the darkest days are yet to come inspired the 3 grrrls of Vradiazei to abandon the use of electricity in their music. They express the anguish of the past, the desperation of the present, and the uncertainty of the future without it. When the world is left in ruin their sound will echo in the empty streets.
Iva Nova plays a mixture of modern rock and Russian folk music along with jazzy humorous details. The sound is strong and driving, connecting rural restlessness with urban insanity. The band was formed in St.Petersburg in 2002, when five young Russian ladies met to create a new collective of musicians. Their original songs with tunes and lyrics based on the riches of folklore, are catchy and sensitive. Fuzzy dirt-simple guitar riffs and explosively frenetic percussion supported by the poignant bass and the energy of jazzy Russian accordion fill their performance with both rural restlessness and urban craziness. Don't expect traditional Russian folk, these ladies rock a little too hard for that. Besides lyrics on Russian Iva Nova has songs written on Ukrainian, Bulgarian,Georgian and other languages. Along with exploiting endless folklore resources they creatively experiment with other styles as polka, ska, jazz, avangarde, punk. Their live show is a mix of lyrical songs and punky-energetic dance numbers.
A bend from New York City. The bend formed in 1987 and has been on hiatus since 2000. Their music was described as "a frenzied mix of punk, metal, pop and rock". The band claimed influences including The Ramones, Kiss, and the MC5. Theo Kogan, Gina Volpe, and Sydney "Squid" Silver formed the band and Sindi Benezra was asked to join shortly after. The band played their first show in 1988 with Theo's then-boyfriend Mike on the drums. With drummer Becky Wreck (Susan Rebecca Lloyd) on board they released a self-titled 4-song EP in 1989. The band later expressed their strong dislike for the albums production and the fact that they did not earn any money from Blast First.
Their second labum, released February 2, 1992 by Safe House. The album was produced by Mason Temple along with the band. The album was recorded at SST, Weehawken NJ, mixed at Quad Recording, NYC and mastered at MDI, Toronto. Many of their songs involve feminist issues.
01 Jan Brady 02 Glad I'm Not Yew 03 Babysitters On Acid 04 Makin' It (With Other Species) 05 Mabel Rock 06 Theme Song 07 Born 2B Mild 2 08 Pin Eye Woman 665 09 Cookie Core 10 Octopussy 11 Sugar Luv 12 Complication
The band was formed in 2008 in Rijeka as a trio and at that time it was called Larve. In 2010 they changed their name to Leifert nad now they're a duo with Petra Baričević on bass and voice and Vida Fućak on sinth and rythm machine. The lyrics are inspired by everyday sutuations and unusuall experiences.
| website | experimental/post-punk/indie rock, USA
Erase Errata is a quartet from San Francisco, California. Their music draws inspiration from experimentalists such as Captain Beefheart, The Fall, and disco-influenced post-punk. Since forming in 1999, the band has released several albums as well as a number split singles with various other bands including Black Dice, The Need, Numbers and Sonic Youth. Erase Errata means Erase Error.
This is their second album, which came out on 15th September 2003 on Troubleman Unlimited and on Blast First. Jagged dance masterpieces and full-throttle bolts of freak-art groove make up At Crystal Palace. The album is a riot of ideas - restless and begging your full attention, both cerebral and visceral. Ambitious but endlessly accessible.
01 Driving Test 02 Ca Viewing 03 Go To Sleep 04 Retreat ! The Most Familiar 05 Suprise, It's Easter 06 Let's Be Active C/O Club Hott 07 Flippy Flop 08 Owls 09 Ease On Over 10 The White Horse Is Bucking 11 A Thief Detests The Criminal, Elements Of The Ruling Class 12 Harvester 13 Matter No Medley
Their third album and their first on the Kill Rock Stars label is the sole audible note that takes on the fiery political climate and the banal musical climate that truly follows in the footsteps of the revolution started by DNA, Mars, James Chance, and others. The lyrics are about the government, political disillusionment, and the things that keep us from thinking about what is really going on--being distracted by night life, consumerism and celebrity watching. Released on July 25, 2006.
Fabulous Disaster formed in San Francisco in 1998. Touring heavily in the US, Europe, Canada and Japan, they quickly earned their own legion of fans world wide while appearing with major acts such as NOFX, The Ataris, Mad Caddies and the Dickies. Line-up: Lynda Mandolyn (vocals), Squeaky (guitar), Lizzie Boredom (bass), Sally Disaster (drums).
01 Such A Stupid Girl 02 Final Stab 03 Last Call 04 Auto Pilot 05 Needle And A Valentine 06 Star Car 07 Bitter Pills 08 End Of The Line 09 Walking Down Sunset 10 All Inside My Head 11 Say What You Want 12 Back To Berlin 13 Tidal Wave 14 No Easy Way Out 15 Turn The Lights Out
Four girls from Austin, TX playing their own style of punk that sound like equal parts Mika Miko, Lungleg and Meltdown. Hilarious, true and liberating. Members are: Erin Budd, Stephanie Chan, Veronica Ortuño, Elizabeth Skadden. Tobi Vail of Bikini Kill said: "This is the band Bikini Kill was trying to inspire with riot grrrl."
01 Henry 02 Peyote 03 5 Year Old Angst 04 Missile 05 Pregnant 06 Johnny Depp vs. Gator 07 Penguin 08 Manatee 09 Redneck Gout Club 10 Jazz Hit 11 Perks of Old People 12 Ein Zwei Polizei 13 Negative Creep (Nirvana cover) 14 Australia 15 Primary Colors 16 Environmentality 17 Bitch Witch 18 Boyfriend Application 19 Dear Diary, Men Are Pigs 20 Know Age 21 Baldcake 22 Coffee, Tea, and Misery 23 Hypertension 24 Indian Giver 25 Climb the Sky 26 Six Years Doing Time In A Nightclub (Prima Donnas cover)
Sleater-Kinney was an American indie rock band that existed from 1994 to 2006. The band’s most prominent lineup was vocalist/guitarist Corin Tucker (ex-Heavens to Betsy, Cadallaca), guitarist/vocalist Carrie Brownstein (ex-Excuse 17, The Spells) and drummer Janet Weiss (Motorgoat, Quasi, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks). Sleater-Kinney has had other drummers throughout its existence, including Lora Macfarlane, Misty Farrell, and Toni Gogin. Formed in Olympia, Washington, the group’s name is derived from Sleater Kinney Road, Interstate 5 off ramp #108 in Lacey, Washington, the location of one of their early practice spaces. They formed in and were a vital part of the riot grrrl and punk scenes in Washington, although they later relocated to Portland, Oregon. Throughout its existence the band was often noted by critics for its “anthemic” feminist message, its willingness to reinvent the musical palette of punk rock, and its consistency in producing highly acclaimed albums.
Their 2nd album, released in 1996 on Chainsaw Records. Aggressive punk with political overtones alternating with alternative ballads. | DOWNLOAD | BUY | Back to Sleater-Kinney | 01 Call the Doctor 02 Hubcap 03 Little Mouth 04 Anonymous 05 Stay Where You Are 06 Good Things 07 I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone 08 Taking Me Home 09 Taste Test 10 My Stuff 11 I'm Not Waiting 12 Heart Attack
Members of Excuse 17, Heavens To Betsy & Quasi cut weaving vocals with choppy harmonies to rock their 3rd release. Simple, stripped-down rock n roll and one the finest voices in the scene. Reelased on Kill Rock Stars, the first 2 were released on Chainsaw Records.
01 Dig Me Out 02 One More Hour 03 Turn It On 04 The Drama You've Been Craving 05 Heart Factory 06 Words And Guitar 07 It's Enough 08 Little Babies 09 Not What You Want 10 Buy Her Candy 11 Things You Say 12 Dance Song '97 13 Jenny
The Hot Rock is a troublesome, dark and thoughtful album. Gone are the out-and-out flailing maelstroms of riot-grrl power pop like "Dig Me Out" and "Words and Guitar". It was released in 1999 on Kill Rock Stars.
01 Start Together 02 Hot Rock 03 The End Of You 04 Burn, Don't Freeze! 05 God Is A Number 06 Banned From The End Of The World 07 Don't Talk Like 08 Get Up 09 One Song For You 10 The Size Of Our Love 11 Living In Exile 12 Memorize Your Lines 13 A Quarter To Three
01 The Ballad Of A Ladyman 02 Ironclad 03 All Hands On The Bad One 04 Youth Decay 05 You're No Rock N' Roll Fun 06 #1 Must Have 07 The Professional 08 Was It A Lie? 09 Male Model 10 Leave You Behind 11 Milkshake N' Honey 12 Pompeii 13 The Swimmer
Sleater-Kinney moved from longtime label Kill Rock Stars over to Sub Pop and they parted ways with producer John Goodmanson and instead worked with Dave Fridmann. The results, 2005′s The Woods. Full of the classic-rock leanings that had boiled beneath the surface of the band, especially since drummer Janet Weiss came on board, The Woods is a torrential record that unleashed Sleater-Kinney’s songwriting and Corin Tucker’s voice in a way unheard before.
They play since 1993 as a primal band to fight for the rights of women in Brazil, They used to participate as members of the Brazil MAP (Anarcho Punk Movement). Their lyrics are pretty acid and they're dealing with very polemic themes as abortion, social equality, freedom for lesbians and gays, and politics issues.
Kaos Klitoriano: 01 Kaos Klitoriano 02 Revolta Incontida 03 Direito Ao Aborto 04 Desprezivel Ser 05 Dura Rotina 06 Pela Vida, Pela Paz 07 Falsidade Política 08 Mundo Imundo 09 Igualdade Humana 10 Consiga Viver, Para Assim Existir 11 Anti Patriarca 12 Amor Livre
Kólica: 01 90 60 90 02 Domínio 03 Sozinha 04 Pesadelo 05 Mulher Alienada 06 Diferenças 07 Solidariedade 08 Auto 09 Vida Sem Opção 10 Vida Seca 11 Massacre 12 Dança Da Violência 13 Não 14 Violência Masculina 15 Buio 16 I.B.S
This trio from Leipzig plays since 2003. With a singer/guitarist whose voice recalls Lesley Woods, a lanky bassist who loves to pose, and a powerhouse of a drummer, they are somewhere between post-punk and power pop, filling the small stage with a riot of galloping rhythms, stop-start songs and a clear enjoyment in doing what they do.
Infect was a brazillian band formed in 1998 by friends Estela and Inda. With their headquarters located in Sao Paulo, the formation was completed with another couple of friends, Tatiana Bianca and guitarist Juliana. Five years after its formation, Infect disbanded. Some of their components have continued in music as Juliana in War Inside (currently Sguardo Realta), Tatiana in No Violence and I Shot Cyrus, and Estela in Macedonia. Their sound is a mix of hardcore, punk and grindcore, citing among its main influences Napalm Death, Bad Brains, Misfits and Suicidal Tendencies.
01 Em Nossas Mãos 02 Divisão De Tarefas 03 Acreditando Lagrimas 04 De Desgosto 05 America Latina 06 Derrube Os Muros 07 Irmãs 08 Pintocore 09 Sociedade Masculina 10 Menor 11 Todas Temos 12 Homofobia 13 Estrépito
I started this because sometimes it's really hard to find music of all-female bands and I'd decided to share what I've collected so far with others and in this way kind of contribute to the all-female music sceene. The second reason is I want to show that women are into every kind of music, from extreme black metal to electronic and they're not worse than men in making music!
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