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stoperithorio

09 May
Published in Song of 2day
Cold Meat are a punk band from Perth. This is a track called “Nice Girl” from their new single “Pork Sword Fever”, and it has a sound that sits somewhere between Bratmobile and Good Throb. It’s coming out on Helta Skelta in Australia and Static Shock in the UK. Static Shock put out that great TV Crime single last year. Add them to the list of great punk coming out of Australia lately. A lot of the best punk in the states right now seems to be coming out of hardcore, I think in Australia there’s some first wave synth punk sounds like Spotting, and this also is very 70’s sounding to me along with Red Red Krovvy. This new Cold Meat single is slated for a December release, I’ll try and bring some over in Girlsville distro.
08 May
Published in Song of 2day
After years of waiting, Solstice is back, and they’re as good as ever – sometimes, even better. As scornful as I know that Solstice can be of reviews, I hope that this one can persuade some people to try out this record, because it’s really fucking worth the years anticipating it. Hail doom, hail to England (no offense to the band’s Irish vocalist!), and hail Solstice.
06 May
Published in Song of 2day
Calamity Jane was an all-female American grunge/punk band, formed in Portland, Oregon, United States, in 1989.Gilly Ann Hanner (vocals/guitar) and Lisa Koenig (drums) started playing together as a band in 1988 along with Ronna Era (bass). After a few live appearances Hanner’s sister Megan took over on bass and the band was renamed Calamity Jane the following year.Their first gig was supporting Scrawl. The band then supported Fugazi on their 1990 tour.The band released three singles and an album Martha Jane Cannary with their original line up, and a final single with Marci Beesecker (aka Marci Martinez - later of Team Dresch) on drums and Joanna Bolme (later of Quasi and The Jicks) on bass. The band played two support slots with Nirvana. One of these shows, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, ended in Calamity Jane being booed off the stage, which motivated Nirvana to intentionally sabotage their own performance.
05 May
Published in Song of 2day
Bikini Kill was an American punk rock band formed in Olympia, Washington, in October 1990. The group consisted of singer and songwriter Kathleen Hanna, guitarist Billy Karren, bassist Kathi Wilcox, and drummer Tobi Vail. The band is widely considered to be the pioneer of the riot grrrl movement, and was known for its radical feminist lyrics and fiery performances. Their music is characteristically abrasive and hardcore-influenced. After two full-length albums, several EPs and two compilations, they disbanded in 1997."Rebel Girl" is a song by American punk rock band Bikini Kill. The song was released in three different recorded versions in 1993 – on an EP, an LP, and a 7-inch single. The single version was produced by Joan Jett and features her on guitar and background vocals. Widely considered a classic example of punk music, the song remains emblematic of the riot grrrl movement of the 1990s.
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