The riot movement deserves many books, that’s obvious, but what we didn’t expect was the publication of a book written by an author from Madrid. it’s about “Girl = stupid, girl = bad, girl = weak”. Journalist writes Laura Sagas It was co-edited Orsini Press s Utrezine.
I just saw the light “Girl = stupid, girl = bad, girl = weak”, A book written by a journalist Laura Sagas This focuses on movement grrrl . riot, in its philosophical and feminist foundations, in the scope of her work and in its influence even on current Spanish artists. This is how he will talk to us about teams like kill bikini also Huggie Bergbut also from Kids in ToylandAnd the 8 . tribe also hello coca.
Over the course of more than two hundred pages, Sagaz reveals the keys to a movement composed primarily of women that confronted the male punk rock and hardcore scene in the 1990s, first in the United States and later in various parts of the world. Activity and music have combined to form a movement that continues to influence new generations today.
Throughout this article with illustrations from Caroline CankanellaSagaz analyzes “the identity politics of this movement, its philosophy, and the importance that fans and ‘do-it-yourself’ attach to them, contextualizing it and tracing its legacy in the Spanish music scene in the current decade”. In addition to all this, we will find interviews with artists such as Corinne Tucker (Heaven for BetsyAnd the Kenyan Slater), Alison Wolf (mobile brat), agateAnd the PolaAnd the sons s Alicia (I hate them), candle (Wake up, Candela!), MariaAnd the EstherAnd the Clara s Anna Karen (hexa) s Lydia Damonte (hello coca).
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