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A podcast centered on women, LGBTQIA+, and people of color in music with an emphasis on intersectional feminism.

February 26, 2019

Supporting the Bands, with Audiotree

The greatest way to experience music on the Internet is not on just any streaming app - it's an Audiotree session, live on YouTube or re-lived on an uploaded session. On this episode, Jessica Mindrum, Elly Tier, and Jess McCauley join to talk about what goes into making an Audiotree session, how they became involved in their office family, their focus on diverse acts performing, and what they hope to accomplish with Audiotree.

Follow Audiotree on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @audiotreemusic. Subscribe and follow them on YouTube to keep up with the latest sessions.

Music on this episode are all Audiotree sessions, including Camp Cope (Far Out) "How to Socialise and Make Friends," Tricot "potage," McKinley Dixon "Important Of," and Campdogzz "Healer."

Angry Grrrl Music of the Indie Rock Persuasion is sponsoring the first ever Death Protector Fest on May 11 in Gainesville, FL. Join Expert Timing, Dikembe, Night Witch, Woolbright, Pool Kids, Little League, and more to be announced at Boca Fiesta and the Palomino Pool Hall. The event is free and open to everyone. Learn more at the Death Protector Fest event page.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic. Tip Angry Grrrl Music on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/angrygrrrlmusic

February 19, 2019

Music Brought Us Together, with Perennial

Chelsey Hahn is all about two things: all ages shows and making music with Perennial. The Connecticut band started as an effort to play heavier music and have fun, including with matching striped outfits. Chelsey talks about the importance of providing all ages shows, her early love for the Foo Fighters, playing heavy music, and how Perennial stays coordinated.

Keep up with Perennial on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @perennialct. Find music at https://perennialtheband.bandcamp.com.

Catch Perennial live with Sheer Mag on April 25! Get tickets here and RSVP.

Angry Grrrl Music of the Indie Rock Persuasion is sponsoring the first ever Death Protector Fest on May 11 in Gainesville, FL. Join Expert Timing, Dikembe, Night Witch, Woolbright, Pool Kids, Little League, and more to be announced at Boca Fiesta and the Palomino Pool Hall. The event is free and open to everyone. Learn more at the Death Protector Fest event page.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic. Tip Angry Grrrl Music on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/angrygrrrlmusic

February 12, 2019

Understanding Accessibility, with Half Access

Cassie Wilson knew it was challenging to access show spaces but took it upon herself to make a change. When she started the database on Half Access, she aimed to create a list of places that met the needs of all types of accessibility, from mobility to less visible disabilities like epilepsy. 

Cassie's nonprofit has grown to include an educational blog and ability to tour. She joins this week to talk about the ways people can help promote accessibility and inclusivity, her love of the Portland scene, and more.

Learn more about Half Access at halfaccess.org

Music in this episode, chosen by Cassie, includes:

Let's Eat Grandma, "It's Not Just Me" https://letseatgrandma.bandcamp.com 

worlds greatest dad, "laughing (while you're smiling)" https://worldsgreatestdadmusic.bandcamp.com 

Better Love, "Tracing Pictures" https://betterloveus.bandcamp.com 

Cumulus, "Comfort World" https://cumulus.bandcamp.com 

Angry Grrrl Music of the Indie Rock Persuasion is sponsoring the first ever Death Protector Fest on May 11 in Gainesville, FL. Join Expert Timing, Dikembe, Night Witch, Woolbright, Pool Kids, Little League, and more to be announced at Boca Fiesta and the Palomino Pool Hall. The event is free and open to everyone. Learn more at the Death Protector Fest event page.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

February 5, 2019

In the Moment, with Saltlick

Bri Snider has embraced every aspect of making a career in music, from the songwriting to stage performances to recording each song she makes. Ever since she was inspired by Petal and Julien Baker, Bri's worked hard to create and share her experiences through music. Bri talks about her education and background in audio engineering, finding inspiration in other non-men performers, working with Half Access to share her experiences in venue accessibility, and more.

Keep up with Saltlick on Twitter and Instagram at @saltlickoh. Find her music at https://saltlickoh.com

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

January 29, 2019

Telling Our Narrative, with Bangzz

Spelt out, crystal clear are the ideas and beliefs of Durham's Bangzz. Erika Libero and Blair Coppage started their band to write songs about their experiences in music and as non-men. They've taken their efforts to the next level on their new EP, 'Fresh Cut,' available now through Self Aware Records. Erika and Blair talk about their songwriting, dogs, pushing back against toxicity, finding your "adversary," and more.

Keep up with Bangzz on Twitter and Instagram at @bangzzband. Find their music at https://bangzz.bandcamp.com. 

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

January 22, 2019

Let’s Be Genuine Together, with EJ Hervey

Central Florida newcomer EJ Hervey brings rich solo acoustic music to a burgeoning scene, with his own voice and style to match. EJ joins to talk about his upbringing playing music in the church, cutting his teeth with the DIY scene in Jacksonville, his admiration for other Florida bands, and the importance of making spaces for non-men and people of color.

Keep up with EJ Hervey on Twitter and Instagram at @ej_hervey. Find his music at https://ejhervey.bandcamp.com/music. 

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

January 15, 2019

Knocking Down Walls, with Diva Sweetly

New year, new records. The first (and most fun) record to arrive is coming from North Carolina's Diva Sweetly, who focus on making accessible and inclusive music. Vocalist and synth player Karly Hartzman joins this week to talk about writing In the Living Room, learning to write and play music, recording some sillier parts of the record, and more!

Brand new songs you can't hear anywhere else premiere on this episode! Featuring "Cult" and "Education" off of In the Living Room, available on January 18 through Seal Mountain Records.

Keep up with Diva Sweetly on Twitter and Instagram at @divasweetly. Find their music at https://divasweetly.bandcamp.com/

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

December 18, 2018

Sharing Voices to Be Heard, with Emily Kitchin

It's the final episode of the year! And who better to end it with than someone who loves and shares extensive music throughout the year - Emily Kitchin! Emily is a staff writer at The Alternative and blogs, sharing the music of so many talented nonmen across the independent music community. On this episode, she shares how she fell into writing, her passion for using her platform to showcase up and coming artists, her vision for the scene in 2019, and more.

Music in this episode by:

Retirement Party, The Big Boom https://retirementparty.bandcamp.com/ 

Derek Ted, Weeks https://derekted.bandcamp.com/ 

Pool Kids, Five-Time 2nd Place Winner https://poolkidsband.bandcamp.com/ 

Community Couch, T+ https://communitycouch.bandcamp.com/ 

Keep up with Emily Kitchin on Twitter at @deathnap4cutie, and at www.getalternative.com.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

December 11, 2018

Inspired by Change, with Bobby Kid

Anna Lester made more than just a move to a new city - she made a record of her feelings, too. With her project Bobby Kid, Anna has taken her life changes and recorded them with her band's record 'Peach.' Anna joins to talk about recording the first record, some bands she's motivated by in Florida, her goal to create more opportunity for diverse acts, and more.

Keep up with Bobby Kid on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @bobbykidddd. Find their music at https://bobbykid.bandcamp.com/.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.

December 4, 2018

Uplifting Each Other, with To the Front

Founders of To the Front Erica Lauren and Courtney Coles share one goal: to uplift other minority photographers, from non-men to people of color and LGBTQIA+. The two photographers share their experiences growing in the music industry, how To the Front is organized, their goal of inspiring others to see themselves in the industry, and more.

Keep up with Courtney Coles' photography on her site  and Instagram @kernieflakes.

Keep up with Erica Lauren's photography on her site and Instagram @byericalauren.

Learn more about To the Front at http://tothefrontdiy.com/ 

Music in this episode by:

Baby Got Backtalk, Thanks for the Angst https://babygotbacktalk.bandcamp.com/ 

A.W., Over You https://listentoaw.bandcamp.com/ 

Bacchae, Prick https://bacchae.bandcamp.com/ 

Expert Timing, Littlest Amount https://experttiming.bandcamp.com/

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic.