Bikini Kill Are Reuniting
Kathleen Hanna, Kathi Wilcox, and Tobi Vail will be joined by guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle for shows in New York and Los Angeles through the late spring.
Alex Robert Ross
How Feminist Zine Culture Has Evolved
From Riot Grrrl to a more inclusive and high aesthetic present, a new exhibition shows the changing faces of a century of independent print.
Raise Your Fist and Blood Pressure with War on Women’s ‘Capture the Flag’
The Baltimore punk band's activist roar is amplified by guest vocals from Kathleen Hanna and Joanna Angel.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Melvins Teamed With Terri From Le Butcherettes To Cover Bikini KIll and It Is Glorious
"Rebel Girl" Is now meaner than ever.
The Julie Ruin's Burger-a-Go-Go Set Was a Safe Space for Women, On Stage and Off
Kathleen Hanna brought the girls to the front for her Burger-a-Go-Go performance.
Bikini Kill Drop Previously Unheard Track "Ocean Song"
Recorded years and years ago this tune was inspired by her time spent working at an abused women's shelter in Olympia.
Kim Taylor Bennett
Alternatives to Alternatives: The Black Grrrls Riot Ignored
Nineties nostalgia has transformed the Riot Grrrl movement from the alternative underground to a mainstream obsession. But just like before, black women are being left out.
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In Romanticizing Riot Grrrl, We’ve Forgotten the Women of UK Punk That Paved The Way
Bands like Bikini Kill have been credited for inspiring a new generation of creative women, but X-Ray Spex and The Slits provided me with an outlet for all the frustrations I felt as a girl growing up in Britain.
JD Samson's Life After MEN
JD Samson's queer art and music collective MEN has decided to call it quits, so we spoke to the queer icon about what's next.
How Does Riot Grrrl Inform Feminism and Punk in 2014?
Noisey's Emma Garland gets deep with original riot grrrl Liz Naylor and teenage girl band Skinny Girl Diet.
Unearthing Jill Reiter's Lost Riot Grrrl Film
We talked to the New York filmmaker about her never-before-seen DIY film starring Kathleen Hanna.
Miley Cyrus and Kathleen Hanna Really Aren't That Different
They're both controversial feminist figures with a penchant for performing in their pants.