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

June 25, 2019

Big Opportunities, with Mel Grinberg

Mel Grinberg has pursued opportunities around every corner, which have lead her to her career in tour management and contributing to events at some of Philadelphia's largest venues. Mel joins to talk about her career in the industry, what it's like seeing her friends succeed, and her vision for her future.

Music in the episode by:

Kississippi, "Rinse, Repeat"

The Sonder Bombs, "Title"

Lilith, "C.O.Y.F."

Community Couch, "Battery by Metallica by Panic! at the Disco by Snacking by Streetlight Manifesto by Jimmy Eat World by Community Couch"

Keep up with Home Outgrown shows on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/homeoutgrownpresents/.

Get in touch with me at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, on Twitter & Instagram @AngryGrrrlMusic, or "Like" on Facebook!

June 18, 2019

Confident and Assured, with Fresh

Building up confidence in a band takes the right members and friends along the way. That's what has lead to Fresh's latest record, 'Withdraw,' which builds on themes of self assurance and pushing back. Kathryn joins this week to talk about writing 'Withdraw', friends in the music community, the stage as a safe place for her, and more.

Keep up with Fresh on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @freshpunks. Find their music at freshpunks.bandcamp.com.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic. Leave a virtual tip for Angry Grrrl Music on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/angrygrrrlmusic. Learn more about the podcast at angrygrrrlmusic.com.

 
 
June 11, 2019

Bringing Out the Best in Each Other, with Sleepless

Sleepless is a band driven to compete with each other and grow their sound. In just a year, the trio has shaped a brilliant EP and landed a coveted spot on The Fest lineup. Now they’re ready to play memorable sets. El and Chandler join this week to talk about bands that inspire them, playing high energy songs, performing a Garth Brooks cover in Texas, crowdsurfing tortillas as an aesthetic, and more.

Keep up with Sleepless on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @sleeplessfl. Find their music at sleeplessfl.bandcamp.com.

Get in touch with me through email at angrygrrrlmusic@gmail.com, or on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @angrygrrrlmusic. Leave a virtual tip for Angry Grrrl Music on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/angrygrrrlmusic. Learn more about the podcast at angrygrrrlmusic.com.

June 4, 2019

Expanding Our World, with Saint Audio

Staley Sharples began exploring writing as a way to get closer to festivals and musicians. Whether studying abroad or working for labels, Staley has worked on building connections and opportunities. She launched Saint Audio during her studies at the University of St. Andrews as she explored bands’ right before they grew to larger stages. Staley joins this week to talk about her love of electronic music, traveling, experiencing a variety of artists, and more.

Follow Saint Audio on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @saintaudio. Bookmark and find more at saintaudio.com.

Music on this episode by:

Hex Cougar, “Evil Like Me” https://soundcloud.com/hexcougar

Gafacci, “Like Water” https://soundcloud.com/gafacci

Warden, “Miss U” https://soundcloud.com/wardenmusicofficial/tracks

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

May 28, 2019

Challenging What We Do, with Typesetter

Alex Palermo is all about challenging themself musically while still retaining their love for their bass. With their band, Typesetter, they've done just that on their latest record, Nothing Blues. Alex joins to talk about the ways the band has played with their sound, touring with some of their longtime inspirations, bringing friends' talents to their music, and more.

Keep up with Typesetter on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @typesetterband.

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

May 21, 2019

Stories of Resiliency, with Taina Asili

Taina Asili is the definition of activist artist. By sharing her experiences and those of other marginalized voices, Taina is transforming how we communicate experiences and stories of women, people of color, and LGBTQIA+. In this episode, Taina talks about her history in music, honoring her parents and heritage in her songwriting, working to keep Spanish on her tongue and mind, and so much more.

Keep up with Taina on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @tainaasili. Find her music and video documentaries at http://tainaasili.com/.

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

May 14, 2019

Mutual Aid, with Evan Greer

For Evan Greer, it's important to write a variety of songs with meaning, from celebratory to unpacking experiences. She's done it all, from working with nonprofit activist organization Fight for the Future to putting together DIY collective album releases. With her record She/Her/They/Them, she's brought together the best elements of personal songwriting and protest songs in ways that are meaningful to her. In this episode, Evan talks about building communities in music, seeking information directly from the source, her recording process with friend and producer Taina Asili, and more. 

Keep up with Evan on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @evan_greer. Find her music at https://evangreer.bandcamp.com/album/she-her-they-them.

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

May 7, 2019

Putting in Care, with Sofi Padilla

Sofi Padilla has made a career out of caring for artists and solid instincts for bands that make her move. She's on the brink of becoming a pawtist manager, but that'll have to come after her work in artist management for bands like Better Love, Heart Attack Man, and The Happy Alright. Sofi joins this week to talk about her early days in booking, her goals as an artist manager, and what she works toward with each band.

Keep up with Sofi on Twitter at @sofidilla and on her website, https://sofidilla.com/.

Music in this episode includes:

"Pretending" by Better Love

"Blood Blister" by Heart Attack Man

"Sweet Tea, Bitter Me" by The Happy Alright

"Don't Call My Name" by Romeo Hero Foxes

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

April 30, 2019

Playing the Cool Parts, with Sadie Dupuis

Sadie Dupuis is always exploring her skills in songwriting, from her vocals to her instrumentation. Her focus on playing the cool parts has taken her from rock camps to international stages with her acts Sad13 and Speedy Ortiz, and even book tours. She joins the podcast to talk about her experimenting in songwriting, using her music as a platform for other marginalized voices, her love for Riverdale and running, and more.

Keep up with Sadie on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @sad13. Find her music at https://speedyortiz.bandcamp.com/ and https://sad13.bandcamp.com/. Find Mouthguard at https://gramma.press/bookshop/mouthguard/.

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 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. Leave a tip for Angry Grrrl Music on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/angrygrrrlmusic

April 23, 2019

Sweet and Sour, with Shady Bug

Hannah and Tom both love songwriting, but they've explored a wide variety of flavors with their project, Shady Bug. The St. Louis band has released 'Lemon Lime,' a zesty, bursting record that explores a range of sound. Hannah and Tom join to talk about the origins of Shady Bug, their relationship with their label Exploding in Sound, their hopes to tour the West coast, and more.

Keep up with Shady Bug on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @shady.bug. Find their music at https://shadybug.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 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. Leave a tip for Angry Grrrl Music on Ko-fi at https://ko-fi.com/angrygrrrlmusic