The lead the singer for the bands Bikini Kill and Le Tigre left the stage for early retirement in 2005. This was after what would have already been a full career playing punk rock and electronic music, as well as promoting and participating in feminist activism -- much of it through the riot grrrl m ... More >>
Revolution Girl Style, Then and Now
The 23rd installment of Picked to Click, or when the rappers took over
#3. GRRRL PRTY: 65 points The three entertaining ladies of GRRRL PRTY are captivating enough to host their own hip-hop version of The View. Instead, these friends' in-jokes and convivial banter color one of the area's most exciting new rap acts. Here, Lizzo's joined by Sophia Eris, her cohort from ... More >>
Maygun and LisaPunk rock prides itself for an inclusive environment--as a place for misfits and alienated souls to come together, despite differences. Of course, it only takes a few minutes at a concert to recognize that the crowd itself isn't as diverse as its philosophy. Despite the egali ... More >>
"Keep [romantic karaoke] classy. Don't be creepy and sing 'Angel Eyes' to someone you just met."
If it were possible to pee one's pants twice at the same time, we would.
Examples From The Sublime Art of The Face-Melting Yell
England's Pipettes revisit the girl-group sounds of the '60s
Gay Beast fulfill both sides of their name
Le Tigre suggest that feminism's fourth wave will begin as soon as you shake your thing
Man-sized poultry, punk-rock panties, and the grossest story ever told
The Year's Best National Albums (A Wholly Objective and Statistically Sound List)
In the post riot-grrrl sweepstakes, the Donnas lust for control, while Le Tigre looks for liberation
The Short Fuses play greasy punk from the wrong side of the sock hop
Mas Scara tests the bounds of militant amateurism