Fluffy >>

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Fluffy :: The all-girl punk band from London. Sadly, they split up towards the end of the 90s. But the good news is ALL of the girls are now working on other projects...




Don't look back in angora. Posh girls in negligible negligees or authentic fem-punks with grit and guts to spare? Fluffy take the stand.

"Lets do porn shots." Amanda Rootes moves away from the Fluffy-in-a-line-up-against-the-wall pose and nuzzles Bridgette Jones to demonstrate the outcome of a recent photo session. ...

Bound and Gagged >>

A late-70's Boston 6-woman punk band; released a 12-inch single on Modern Method Records in 1980 featuring "Roach Motel"
Personnel:
Barbara Britto: lead vocals
Trudy Koby: bass and vocals
Marcia Maglione: keyboards and vocals
Deni Ozan: drums
Wendy Stone: guitar
Martha Swetzoff: guitah and vocals

Bracode >>

BRACODE are a four piece punk grrl band from Wollongong Australia. With lots of great songs, a fuck you attitude, and lyrics that are personal and political in the extreme, they frequently blow audiences away with their special brand of punk heavy rock. They could be described as "Kate Bush meets Black Flag, with shades of Babes In Toyland."

BRACODE are:
RebekaH: Vocals
Bec: Guitar
Erica: Drums
Jacqui: Bass

X-Ray Spex >>

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It was in the hot summer of 1976 that Poly Styrene placed an advert
in the British music papers NME and MELODY MAKER which started with
the grabbing header of 'YOUNG PUNX WHO WANT TO STICK IT TOGETHER'.
The ad worked like a magic magnet.
Jak Airport, Lora Logic and Paul Dean were first through the doors to audition.
Poly thought they were talented plus cute,
perfect for the X-RAY SPEX dream. X-RAY SPEX gave their debut performance
at London's Roxy in Covent Garden after just six rehears...

Quiver >>

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One of the notable All-female bands from Los Angeles, California. This quartet played original groove-oriented art-punk in the 1990's. They achieved local success in the L.A. club circuit.

Quiver released a 7" vinyl EP on Know Records entitled "Miss Betty" in 1993. The same year, Quiver also appeared on the Homeboy Records CD compilation of local bands entitled "Blackout L.A.". They received air-play on the local college radio stations such as KXLU, and Rodney Bingenh...

Girl Band >>

Sometimes pretty, sometimes hard. Four hot chicks who know how to play...dirty. Guys want to be them, girls just want them. Ready or not here they come! Girl Band is members of Fabulous Disaster, MDC, Bimbo Toolshed and Kooliecat.

www.myspace.com/girlbandsf
www.girlband.us

Fuzzbox >>

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Vickie Perks : Vocalist
Maggie Dunne : Bassist & Keyboardist
Jo Dunne : Guitarist
Tina O'Neill : Drummer

Founded in 1985, they initially fostered a raw amateurness to their playing style but later developed in to a smoother, "sexier" look that still caused some controversy.

Their first release came in the spring of 1986, a double A sided single (with a blank B side) of "XX Sex" and "Rules And Regulations". This led to extensive tours of the UK and Europ...

bitchcat >>

All girl down and dirty punk-rockin-metal from NYC.

Phantoms >>

Who are "The Phantoms"? punktv.com/phantoms
If you lived in Boston during the 70's and 80's and went to any rock clubs, you probably know who they are. You may have even seen them driving around in a convertible MG with bleached blonde mohawks, or arriving at the Modern Theater in a checker cab stuffed with all their gear!
"The Phantoms" were the first 3 piece band with 2 females, a lead guitarist/songwriter/vocalist and a woman on bass guitar, to play the punk club circuit in Boston during th...

kleenex >>

Kleenex was Switzerland's contribution to the women of punk. The group started out in 1978 and evolved through numerous personnel changes throughout the next five years. Only Klaudia, alternating between guitar and bass, was a constant factor from beginning to end. In 1980, the group changed their name to Liliput (due to pressures from the Kleenex tissue company) and continued under that moniker until their demise in 1983. Interesing band.