By day, Evan Greer is the deputy director of Fight For The Future, a nonprofit organization centered around the internet and civil rights. By night, she pours her phenomenal advocacy work into punk rock songwriting.
Greer, a Boston-based trans and genderqueer activist, has spent years on the road but arrived in the spotlight with the arrival of her 2019 record, she/her/they/them, exploring themes
Garbage have made their long-awaited return with their fiery new single “The Men Who Rule The World.” For the anthemic rock track, the band take no prisoners as they call out the misogyny, sexism and racism that is evident around the world.
Alternative music genres that are distinctly queer and LGBTQIA+-oriented aren’t easily discoverable without the help of word of mouth. As platforms such as Instagram, TikTok and Twitter continue to showcase bands who promote individuality and unapologetic expressions of gender and sexuality, LGBTQIA+ musicians continue to grow at a rapid pace.
Photographer: Paris Visone
AP photographer Paris Visone brings you exclusive portraits from the Fest 13 of Mineral, Runaway Brother, Spraynard, Screaming Females, Typesetter, Dads, Old Wounds, Weak Teeth and many more.
Check back with us tomorrow for Part 2 with Less Than Jake, Descendents, Cheap Girls and more.
Screaming Females recently covered Sheryl Crow's "If It Makes You Happy" as part of the AV Club's Undercover video series.
Check it out below. The band's new album Ugly is out now via Don Giovanni.
Screaming Females cover Sheryl Crow
Titus Andronicus has announced a run of east coast and southern shows with Screaming Females and Diarrhea Planet tapped to support. Check out the details below.
The band released The Monitor in 2010 to heavy critical acclaim. A follow-up is expected out this year
Screaming Females will release their new album Ugly on April 3 via Don Giovanni Records. Check out the cover art and track listing below.
Prior to the album's release the band will be releasing the first single, "It All Means Nothing," on February 11, as well as playing a run of free shows at record stores on the east coast and in the midwest. Th
Thursday have announced they will be kicking off their North American tour on Nov. 23 in New York, N.Y. Aficionado, Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster, Make Do And Men, MewithoutYou, and Screaming Females are also on the tour bill for select dates
Albany, NY's Aficionado (No Sleep Records) have been announced as support for a short run headlined by Thursday, which also features mewithoutYou, Screaming Females and Make Do And Mend.
12/26 Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
12/27 Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
12/28 New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
12/29 Boston, MA @ Royale
12/30 Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts