Women Make Noise: Girl Bands From Motown to the Modern

Kathryn R. Hil
2014 IASPM@Journal  
On the back cover of Women Make Noise the reader is informed that in this book: musicians, journalists, promoters and fans excavate the hidden story of the all-girl band: from country belles of the 20s-40s and girl groups of the 60s, to prog rock goddesses, women's liberationists and punks of the 70s-80s; from riot grrrls and queercore anarchists of the 90s to radical protesters Pussy Riot and the most inspiring all-girl bands today. These aren't the manufactured acts of some pop Svengali,
more » ... pop Svengali, these groups write their own music and play their own instruments.
doi:10.5429/2079-3871(2014)v4i1.15en fatcat:6keux2rrfjhbzgqdp7xqni77de