for the love of female fronted bands!

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hiphopclassicks:

Queen Latifah

hiphopclassicks:

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah
explore-blog:

22 years ago today, the first photo was uploaded to the web – and it was of an all-girl science rock band from CERN, signing about colliders, quarks, and antimatter.
Oh, and they were actually really, really good.

explore-blog:

22 years ago today, the first photo was uploaded to the web – and it was of an all-girl science rock band from CERN, signing about colliders, quarks, and antimatter.

Oh, and they were actually really, really good.

screamqueensradio:

brujacore:

Help heavy psych rock band Queen Crescent fulfill their vision of creating an album full of killer riffs and paradigm shifts!

queen crescent blew my mind opening at the limp wrist show, help them out if you can! - fereshteh

Queen Crescent

studioafrica:

THE WOMEN OF AFROFUTURIST SOUND by Kareem Reid (westindians)

These women are just a few examples of pioneers in contemporary art and culture that offer unique perspectives on the multi-narratives and realities of black femininity. They often re-appropriate and challenge mainstream representations of black female bodies, sexuality and desire. Emphasis is placed on the inherently fluid nature of their identities and often present themselves as aliens or androids to communicate their “otherness”, a common thematic trend among Afrofuturist artists.

Betty Davis and Grace Jones in the 70s and 80s preceded the huge commercial success of many acts of the 90s; particularly girl group TLCJanet JacksonMissy Elliott and cult favourites Aaliyah and Kelis played key roles in bringing Afrofuturist aesthetics to the forefront of popular culture.

The rise of emerging artists Janelle Monae,THEESatisfaction, Solange, Kelela and Moko are encouraging signs of a new wave of enigmatic performance artists charged with the double-objective of making us dance as well as think.

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vintagesalt:

Cyndi Lauper by Annie Leibovitz

vintagesalt:

Cyndi Lauper by Annie Leibovitz

Problem - Natalia Kills // Trouble - Neon Jungle // Braveheart - Neon Jungle // Rockstar 101 - Rihanna // Beez In The Trap - Nicki Minaj ft. 2 Chainz // Bad Girls - MIA // G4L - Rihanna //  Boss Ass Bitch Remix - Nicki Minaj ft. PTAF // Bad Girl - Danity Kane // Welcome To The Jungle - Neon Jungle // Superficial - Natalia Kills // Phresh Out The Runway - Rihanna // Nana Power - Empire Isis // Wait Your Turn - Rihanna // YALA - MIA

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finedineonmyvegangenitalia:

Chelsea Wolfe /// The Warden

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Chelsea Wolfe

The Heads Are Zeros

Hi!

My friends in Ides suggested I contact you the other night. My band The Heads Are Zeros is a Baltimore-based Female-fronted grind band. We just released an EP you may like.

theheadsarezeros.bandcamp.com
facebook.com/theheadsarezeros

Thanks for running an awesome page!

Dave


M.I.A. by Brigitte Sire.

M.I.A. by Brigitte Sire.

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m.i.a.
kinkyroads:

pussykraken:

"it is vitally important for those living today to realize that history is not a straight line progressing from absolute oppression to absolute equality"

prove it on me blues (1928) - ma rainey // you don’t own me (1964) - lesley gore // that’s whats the matter with me (1932) - gene marlin // red hot mama (1924) - the brox sisters // do right woman do right man (1967) - aretha franklin // the march of the women (1911) - ethyl smith // piledriver (1975) - dennis the fox // i want to be evil (1953) - eartha kitt // dangerous nan mcgrew (1930) - helen kane // let me tell you about my operation (1956) - rae bourbon // trust no man (1926) - ma rainey // mad about the boy (1962) - gene howard // young woman’s blues (1926) - bessie smith // i don’t care (1949) - judy garland // why don’t you do right (1941) - lil green // four women (1966) -  nina simone // bull dyke woman’s blues (1935) - lucille bogan // masculine women feminine men (1926) - the savoy havana band // the lavender song (1921) - marek weber


For later

kinkyroads:

pussykraken:

"it is vitally important for those living today to realize that history is not a straight line progressing from absolute oppression to absolute equality"

prove it on me blues (1928) - ma rainey // you don’t own me (1964) - lesley gore // that’s whats the matter with me (1932) - gene marlin // red hot mama (1924) - the brox sisters // do right woman do right man (1967) - aretha franklin // the march of the women (1911) - ethyl smith // piledriver (1975) - dennis the fox // i want to be evil (1953) - eartha kitt // dangerous nan mcgrew (1930) - helen kane // let me tell you about my operation (1956) - rae bourbon // trust no man (1926) - ma rainey // mad about the boy (1962) - gene howard // young woman’s blues (1926) - bessie smith // i don’t care (1949) - judy garland // why don’t you do right (1941) - lil green // four women (1966) -  nina simone // bull dyke woman’s blues (1935) - lucille bogan // masculine women feminine men (1926) - the savoy havana band // the lavender song (1921) - marek weber

For later

db-ninja:

Jun Togawa.  Photography  by  Masayoshi Sukita

db-ninja:

Jun Togawa.  Photography  by  Masayoshi Sukita

TROUBLE

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