The all female Seattle band talk on their problem with being labeled a Riot Grrrl band, their experiences after the death of their guitarist, and some of the incidents while on tour in Europe and the American South. Listen to the origins of the band’s most lyrically intense songs “Dead Men Don’t Rape“. The band explains their on-going struggle to have people critique them for being an all female band rather than their lyrics or music.
Members of the Scottish band visit the station to explain how their origins in classical music led them into the indescribable noise known as the Dog Faced Hermans. Singer Marion Coutts explains how being in an almost unconscious state helps her be able to deliver such energetic performances. Quite the opposite, percussionist Wilf Plum explains why he feels pressure while performing live. The interview also includes a rare live performance!
Live from Le Foufounes Électriques, the members of Hole take turns on the mic to share the thoughts on foxcore, token bass players, and Hollywood. They also discuss their sudden success as a band after being together for merely a year and a half at the point of the interview. Bassist Jill Emery also explains the dynamics of the band through their astrological signs.
Right before their show, Penny meets the women of Lunachicks. They discuss the technical side of being in a band by explaining the problems with the English record label Blast First and their naivety in believing companies’ empty promises. The women also talk about how they react to those people who insult them for being women playing music. Find out where the band would like their next shows to be!