[TypicalGirls] Rip It Up
lpgibbon at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 31 01:59:40 EST 2006
this made me think of the fact that I am working on a
film fest with V Vale to show all this crazy footage
he has of old SF punk bands that he showed in the UK
when i was younger.
Also i do a lot fo stuff for maximum rock n roll now,
and am working on making the magazine more
interesting, i am trying to do a feature on women's
punk history, am going to interview gina birch
hopefully kira roessler and hopefully you? i know a
lot of people have issues with MRR, bc of how lame it
was in the 90s, but i would love to do this... just to
make it less 'dudes that only wear black and listen to
modern reveries are going on tour soon, so psyched! i
want to do a shady ladies tour this summer too, we
should play together.
--- Decomposition <decomposition at mindspring.com>
> Great article Deborah!
> Yeah, SF had a lot of amazing post-punk bands.
> Besides the ones you mention - Flipper, Residents,
> Chrome, Factrix, Vs. - there was Pink Section &
> Inflatable Boy Clams, Tuxedo Moon, Units, Wilma,
> Mutants, Noh Mercy & a bunch others. I remember
> buying a Wilma 7" when it came out and absolutely
> loving it. They sounded kind of like the Raincoats
> (because of the folky, quirky, art punk sound
> w/violin) but with electronics, and there were
> practically zero all-girl bands in the US at that
> time doing anything like that.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >>From: Deborah Giattina
> <spaceistheplace at hotmail.com>
> >>Sent: Mar 30, 2006 2:17 PM
> >>To: typicalgirls at lists.ibiblio.org
> >>Subject: [TypicalGirls] Rip It Up
> >>Hi All,
> >>I tried to have a little fun with the San
> Francisco "new wave"
> scene in my
> >>review of Rip It Up.
> >>Hope you like:
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