And So It Goes
Purveyors of fiery female fronted alternative punk rock. The band released their self-titled debut in 2012 and have recently unleashed their second album ‘Try’.
Didn’t manage to take any photos of Arxx when they played for us in Brighton (too much of the dancing), but suffice to say that they are FUCKING AWESOME and other drummers might not want to share breakables with them.
Flippin amazing electro-filth, Blindness headlined the stage of our very first ever LOUD WOMEN gig. (Nice review here.) Legendary guitarist Debbie Smith also occasionally graces the DJ decks of the LOUD WOMEN afterparty. We love these women lots.
Indie disco with a darker twist
Pop-Punk northern lasses. Recently released their first EP (Junk Food) (10th/10) and releasing split tape with CRUMBS (17th/10)
Awesome riot witches. LOUD WOMEN is proud to have hosted their first ever gig, when they blew the roof off the Silver Bullet. Read about them in the Morning Star.
Echo & the Beats
This amazing punk-skacore band played our first Brighton gig at the Hope & Ruin on 23 May 2016, and we were having too much of a good time to take a photo – so we nicked this one off their website. They’re awesome! https://www.facebook.com/Echoandthebeats/
Emily C Smith
Emily C Smith and her awesome band played the very first LOUD WOMEN show at Silver Bullet, have returned to play our Brixton home the Veg Bar. Big favs.
Fight Rosa Fight
Cheltenham DIYers. 2nd EP ‘Rotten’ out now.
“wonderfully pissed off poppy queer punk/riot grrrl” – Maximum Rock’n’Roll
Latest album ‘Whatever’s Left’ out now – http://gracepetrie.com/whatevers-left/
“A powerful new songwriting voice” – The Guardian
“Whining folk singer” – The Telegraph
“A smelly lezzer” – the EDL
The Ethical Debating Society
Badass riot pop – the next big thing. Read about them in the Morning Star.
Poet and hater of Tories.
Seminal 90s riot grrrl band ‘reformed’ for our V-Day Ball on 13 Feb 2016 … that is to say, all the historic bass players from the band got together for a one-off special set.
Atmospheric, groove driven, finely polished art rock with the occasional chaotic breakout, MX Tyrants offer you a sound reminiscent of the early 80s, yet a beast all of its own.
Buffy inspired diy feminist queer pop – what’s not to love?
Awesome punk twosome. https://www.facebook.com/spanxphalanx
The Wimmins’ Institute
The LOUD WOMEN ‘house band’. Album ‘Badass Lady Power Picnic’ out now