BY Kathryn Hensch
on Sep 08, 2015
Alana Haim once told an interviewer that, “Growing up, there were a lot of girl artists like the Spice Girls, Aaliyah and Destiny’s Child. But none of them really played instruments and I would always look up to Stevie Nicks and Blondie -- they are dope female musicians.” Today, there’s tons of kick-ass groups for girls to look up to.
New music is constantly coming out and woman-fronted bands have been putting out the best of the best. Read More
BY Amy Bucknam
on Aug 29, 2012
Screaming Females’ front lady Marissa Paternoster comes back from the dead (uh, literally) as a cat flesh eating zombie out for revenge in the Jersey-based punk band’s weird new music video for “Leave It All Up To Me.” The video, which premiered on RollingStone.com, is meant to be a continuation of the playfully gory story started in the previous video for “It All Means Nothing,” where the two boys of the band kill Paternoster after discovering her taste for kitty meat.
Sure, it’s a random, but it's a fun story line. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Apr 04, 2012
You would never listen to the Screaming Females if you required calm — if you wanted to be reassured that the world is stable and the ground is level. But their fifth album, Ugly, manages to blend their signature eeriness with catchy, genre-spanning melodies to evoke something both deeply unnerving and intensely satisfying.
In the opener, “It All Means Nothing,” frontwoman Marissa Paternoster immediately grabs your attention with her inimitable vibrato—which comes not only from her voice, but her dueling guitar. Read More
BY Intern Maura
on Feb 06, 2012
Whenever anyone tries to inform me that "punk rock is dead," I point to one of my fave bands, the Screaming Females, and say not as long as they’re still alive. And alive they are: on April 3, the New Brunswick, NJ trio will be releasing their fifth album, Ugly. To prepare for it, they’re playing a series of shows from the east coast to the southeast to Chicago.
The Screaming Females have been an integral part of this generation of basement punk bands, and are one of the major artists on their DIY-punk, New Brunz-based label, Don Giovanni Records. Read More