Tenement at Bowery Ballroom in September (more by Amanda Hatfield) Like they do every year, NJ punk label Don GIovanni Records will put on a showcase in Brooklyn in early 2014, happening on February 6 at 285 Kent and February...
Upset Anyone who's ever thought, "Punk rock is bullshit," there is a show for you tonight. Get down to Black Lodge, where New Jersey's irrepressibly fun and crafty basement-punk phenoms Screaming Females will shred their ecstatic guitar jams. Show More Summary
Someone needs anger management therapy, stat. Alec Baldwin went off on a female reporter Friday morning in Manhattan — his THIRD epic meltdown on the media in just three hours,… READ ON
Alec Baldwin just got into his THIRD angry confrontation today -- screaming at a female reporter, demanding cops arrest her... and then hitting a parked car while trying to drive away.It's unclear exactly what set off Alec this time -- but his car…
Sick show alert! As in siiiiick, not like the endless cold everyone in Seattle has. Speaking of everyone in Seattle, I think I can safely say we’re all excited for this show! But if you’re from Bellevue, let me explain: It’s the first...Show More Summary
by Andrew Sacher Swearin' at Bowery Ballroom in September (more by PSquared) Both Screaming Females and Swearin' spend a lot of time touring, and with both bands living so close to NYC, we get plenty of chances to see them...
Lulu is a Facebook app available only to female users, who can rate their ex-boyfriends, male friends and strangers in secret. CEO and founder Alexandra Chong shared with us at Business Insider's Startup 2013 how her company came about, and what happens when guys try to hack their way into the app and find out their rating score. Show More Summary
A truncated version of our best new songs this week, mainly because apart from Angel Haze’s ongoing attempt to set some sort of record for unleashing consecutive awesome freestyles, there wasn’t a great deal of note to hear. But never fear, because the Angel Haze action is most definitely worth getting in on. Show More Summary
Is there such a thing as a bad Screaming Females song? If there is, it hasn’t happened yet — much of the credit goes to Marissa Paternoster and her audacious shredding that never gives up and never sounds old, but drummer Jarrett Dougherty can bang away with the best of them, too. Show More Summary
Plus, a US tour.
Last year, wail-shred virtuoso Maria Paternoster and her Jersey punk band Screaming Females released Ugly, one of the year’s best albums, and toured like demons. Thus far this year, they’ve already followed that one up with the Chalk Tape EP, and they’re about to start a somewhat demon-like month-long tour. They’ve also got a brand-new [...]
During unemployment the alpha female in us all needs to take a deep breath. Joblessness happens to everyone. Kicking and screaming and hating yourself through it doesn't make it any shorter -- it just makes you dumber.
Horror cinema has never shied away from violence, gore, and sex, frequently depicting the genre’s female leads in a misogynistic fashion. Nudity is synonymous with fright flicks, but the women of horror have played a pivotal role in making these movies a success. Show More Summary
Prepare to scream, female readers. Stone Martin, a 14-year old hopeful who auditioned for The X Factor last night, made the most of his time on stage by covering the One Direction hit "Little Things." The ballad was especially adored...Show More Summary
photos by Amanda Hatfield, words by Andrew Sacher Waxahatchee / Screaming Females It's been a great year for NJ independent punk label Don Giovanni Records, who celebrated their tenth anniversary earlier this year and have also seen a rise in...
The Virgin Mobile Free Fest, Fat Trel and a Screaming Females/Waxahatchee double bill highlight this week in music. [ more › ]
Becoming the first solo female artist since Ke$ha to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 is very good for business. Unless, upon hearing that you’ve become one of only 15 ladies to ever pull off that feat, you scream in elation and damage the very vocal cords that helped get you to the top of the charts.... More »
by Jia Tolentino Via Business Insider: "Up to 16% of people (18% of females and 11% of males) become viscerally upset after looking at images of clustered holes, according to the first ever study on the condition known as trypophobia." There...Show More Summary
Theologians and numerologists alike will speak to the power of the number three, but for me it always boils down to something a little less lofty: ZZ Top. ZZ Top has had the same three members—Billy Gibbons, Frank Beard, and Dusty Hill—since 1970. Show More Summary
Guided by Voices in Central Park in 2012 (more by Chris La Putt) This fall, Salinas Records (Swearin', Radiator Hospital) will be releasing a 4-track tribute 7" to lo-fi pioneers Guided by Voices by four bands who have taken influence...