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Genesis Breyer P-Orridge of Psychic TV/Throbbing Gristle and Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! are the latest pair of musicians to record a conversation together for the Talkhouse’s podcast series. P-Orridge identifies as pandrogyne — or “positive androgyny” as they go on to explain — and Grace identifies as a transgender woman. Both have transitioned […]
Laura Jane Grace photo via Instagram The latest edition of The Talkhouse Music Podcast features a conversation between Genesis Breyer P-Orridge (of Throbbing Gristle/Psychic TV) and Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace. They discuss gender,...Show More Summary
My introduction to Nathaniel Rateliff was the 2012 Revival Tour; I’d gone to see Cory Branan and Chuck Ragan, but the rest of the audience was there to see Laura Jane Grace (then Tom Gabel) and an impromptu Alkaline Trio reunion. I hadn’t expected Rateliff. Instead of a shouting folk set or a swaggering punk […]
My introduction to Nathaniel Rateliff was the 2012 Revival Tour; I’d gone to see Cory Branan and Chuck Ragan, but the rest of the audience was there to see Laura Jane Grace (then Tom Gabel) and an impromptu Alkaline Trio reunion. I hadn’t expected Rateliff. Instead of a shouting folk set or a swaggering […]
Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood Bisexual in a movie together, Amnesty International's long-due support of sex workers, Rebecca Black nowadays, finger hands, Laura Jane Grace on punk, a queer commune in rural Tennessee, genderless and...Show More Summary
"What do I have to do to get your attention and make you realize what I'm actually saying here?"
"True Trans with Laura Jane Grace," which tells the stories of the Against Me! frontwoman and other transgender individuals, was nominated for an Emmy. [ more › ]
When Scottish indie rockers the Spook School stopped through New York City recently, Rolling Stone set up an earnest sit-down to introduce them to the singer of punk rockers Against Me. Both groups have transgender frontpersons – Nye Todd and Laura Jane Grace respectively – and immediately found common ground...
Against Me! singer talks being transgender in the punk scene, family life, and more.
Laura Jane Grace is the latest guest on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast — not as big of a get as Barack Obama a few weeks back, but still a pretty big deal. They talked about her military family upbringing, transphobia in the punk scene, Against Me!’s history, the pressure to label yourself when you’re in […]
The New York activist punks in Worriers released a really good album called Cruel Optimist a couple of years ago, and they recruited Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace to produce their new album Imaginary Life. That means we have two very good reasons to be excited. We’ve already posted the early track “They / Them […]
Against Me! kicked off their summer headlining tour June 12th with a raucous gig at Bonnaroo, so what better time for Laura Jane Grace and her punk group to announce a new live LP called 23 Live Sex Acts. The album, Against Me!'s first live collection since 2006's Americans Abroad!!! Against...
via Twitter Welcome to Mandatory Happiness, where resident advice-giver and Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace answers some questions from readers. Laura's doing something a bit different for this week's column. She interviewedShow More Summary
Laura Jane Grace w/ Against Me in Chicago, 2014 (more by Jeff Ryand) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Laura Jane Grace @ City Winery Laura Jane Grace...
by Andrew Sacher We mentioned earlier this year that Brooklyn's Worriers were working on a new album that Against Me! singer Laura Jane Grace was producing, and now the first fruits of their collaborations have been released. The new single's...
Be sure to check out our constantly updated concert calendar! Monday, May 18 Lana Del Rey, Courtney LoveHOLLYWOOD BOWL Dust off your flower crowns — Lana Del Rey is heading to the iconic Hollywood Bowl. Since the release of her third LP, Ultraviolence, last June, the ’60s-inspired crooner has been...
Recently, Miley Cyrus has been enlisting fellow artists including Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace to perform at her Backyard Sessions in order to shine some light on her charity the Happy Hippie Foundation. Now, she’s invited Ariana Grande to perform with her to raise awareness and funds for homeless and LGBT youth. Show More Summary
After sharing a cover of The Replacements' "Androgynous" last week alongside Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace and Joan Jett for her backyard series Happy Hippie—a charity project aiming to help fight for homeless LGBT youth (you can donate...Show More Summary
Cyrus is raising awareness for her LGBT youth charity, the Happy Hippie Foundation.