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Maritza Núñez on Harnessing Heartbreak and Inspiring Young Brown Girls

Maritza Núñez on Harnessing Heartbreak and Inspiring Young Brown Girls

Maritza Núñez, front woman of the band Bitter, catches up with She Shreds on the power of representation on stage.  more

From DIY to Doing it Together: Sweden’s Riot Grrrl Sessions Elevate Collaboration

Sweden’s Riot Grrrl Sessions project intersects punk feminism, collaboration and music. “We are the riot grrrls/We are the terror grrrls/We  more

Setting the Tone: Metal and Psych Musicians Discuss Heavy Music’s Most Defining Feature

This article originally appeared in the print version of She Shreds Issue #15, which was released in July, 2018. Of  more

Insect Ark on Exploring Sound and Creative Vision Without Compromise

It’s the first night of the Roadburn Festival—the annual gathering in Tilburg, Netherlands that’s evolved from a local celebration of  more

Premiere: “Simulation Feels,” by Dear Nora

After making music for years under the solo moniker Key Losers and as one-half of Lloyd and Michael, Portland-based singer,  more

The Legends: Poison Ivy

The Cramps rank among the most legendary bands to emerge out of the first wave of American punk. For over  more

Wata of Boris on Aesthetics, Gear, and 25 Years of Sonic Expression

This interview originally appeared in She Shreds Issue #13, which was released in September, 2017. Japan’s Boris are one of  more

Metal Musician Danica Roem Becomes Virginia’s First Openly Transgender Lawmaker

Last night Democrat and metalhead Danica Roem became Virginia’s first openly transgender person—and likely its first shredders—to be elected to  more

The Legends: Suzi Quatro

The first wave of punk musicians may deserve credit for ripping down new doors for women in rock, but Suzi  more

Gear Guide: KC Dalager of Now, Now’s Quest for Thick Rhythms

From the first time she picked up a guitar, KC Dalager of Minneapolis indie rock duo Now, Now wanted to  more

Video Premiere: “Jaded,” by Winter

In the latest single from Winter, the alt-pop project of Brazil-born, LA-based musician Samira Winter, the band takes the sense  more

Video Premiere: “Video,” by Guantanamo Baywatch

Guantanamo Baywatch has made a name for itself playing surf-inspired garage-punk, but on its recently-released fourth album the Portland trio  more

Premiere: “Keeping a Record,” by SOAR

SOAR is four-piece indie band comprised of guitarist/vocalist Shannon Bodrogi, drummer/vocalist Rebecca Redman, and guitarists/bassists/vocalists Jenna Marx and Mai Oseto.  more

40 Years of Fairytales: A Retrospective of The Raincoats

This year, the seminal British post-punk group The Raincoats, founded by bassist Gina Birch and guitarist Ana da Silva, will  more

Video Premiere: “Subway Surfer,” by Fruit & Flowers

Fruit & Flowers hit the ground running after forming in the summer of 2015. Guitarist Ana Asnes Becker recalls, “it  more

Premiere: “Fortune Spider,” by Suspirians

Suspirians formed in 2013, but the connection between the Austin, Texas-based bandmates —guitarist/vocalist Marisa Pool, bassist/synths Stephanie Demopulous, and drummer  more

Bad Cop / Bad Cop on Conquering Challenges and Coming Back Stronger. Listen to “Amputations!”

Bad Cop / Bad Cop is a California-based band comprised of guitarists/vocalists Stacey Dee and Jennie Cotterill, bassist/vocalist Linh Le,  more

Premiere: “No Future,” by Crooked Bangs

Crooked Bangs is the Austin-based rock trio of bassist/vocalist Leda Ginestra, guitarist Samantha Wendel, and drummer Phillip Gonzalez. The band  more

Video Premiere: “Patterns,” by Longclaw

Longclaw is a four-piece band from Portland, Oregon that specializes in a melodic, hard-hitting blend of hardcore, post-punk, and shoegaze.  more

Ends Meet: An Interview with Melina Duterte of Jay Som

At 22 years old, Melina Duterte is a hardworking maverick. Under the name Jay Som, she exhibits her well-practiced skills  more

Evolving Moods and Music: An Interview with Emma Ruth Rundle

“I personally can’t continue to write and tour on music that focuses on such dark subject matter. It’s really not  more

The Legends: Carol MacDonald

Before the Pleasure Seekers launched Suzi Quatro’s career and the Runaways inspired generations of punk and metal musicians, Goldie and  more

Premiere: “Vantablack” by Dool

With a mix of dark, psychedelic rock, gothic-tinged pop sensibilities, and a lineup of seasoned musicians from the Netherlands’ musical  more

Nature, Emotion, and Musical Expression: An Interview with Mono’s Tamaki Kunishi

Japan’s Mono have been titans of post-rock since they upended the decade-old genre with their 1999 debut Under the Pipal  more

Black Table’s Mers Sumida on Preparing For and Getting Through Your Studio Session

New York / New Jersey metal band Black Table made waves with their 2012 genre-blurring EP, “Sentinel,” but after an  more

Video Premiere: “Leisure Life,” by Peeling

Peeling is the brainchild of Kiev-born, Toronto-based guitarist/vocalist Annabelle Lee. She began writing songs for the project in 2015 before  more

Video Premiere, “No Sense,” by Scully

Brooklyn lo-fi rock trio Scully has its origins at UC Berkeley where members Caroline Partamian (guitar/vocals), Courtney Gray (guitar/vocals), Lauren  more

“There’s Never Any Bullshit When We’re Playing,” Q+A With Reunited Punk Icons the Red Aunts

In 1991, in Long Beach, California, the Red Aunts were born out of a group of friends with no formal  more

Premiere: Youth Man Debuts Explosive New EP, “Wax”

Rising out of Birmingham, UK, a city inextricably linked with generations of aggressive and rebellious musicians (Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath,  more

Premiere: Argentine Trio Amor en la Isla Merge High-Octane Surf and Punk on Their Debut Album, “Playa Crocante”

Coming at you from Argentina, Amor en la Isla is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Sol Marianela, drummer Lucas Mariño, and bassist/backing  more

50 Influential Guitarists Who Shaped The ’90s

[In celebration of the 10th issue of She Shreds, we will be posting some of our favorite selections from across  more

“You are who you are, and I never let go of that fact” An Interview with Lita Ford

About halfway through my call with hard rock icon Lita Ford, she asks me what the deal is with the  more

“I learned that everything is possible”: Q+A With Marlene Marder of Kleenex/Liliput

[In celebration of the 10th issue of She Shreds, we will be posting some of our favorite selections from across  more

Ten Years Later, Desperation Evolves Into a Contagious Confidence for The Coathangers

After a long, successful tour with The Black Lips, Atlanta punk rockers The Coathangers headed to California on a whim  more

“Have Attitude, Be Tough, and Don’t Take No For An Answer”: Q+A With The Trashwomen

[In celebration of the 10th issue of She Shreds, we will be posting some of our favorite selections from across  more

“Between Genres and Music Communities.” An Interview with Nadja’s Leah Buckareff

The Berlin by-way-of Toronto experimental duo Nadja was launched in 2003 as a solo project by multi-instrumentalist Aidan Baker, who  more

Punk Remembers Iconic Musician and Activist, Vi Subversa

Punk lost one of its greatest creative and political minds on February 19. Poison Girls singer and guitarist Vi Subversa,  more

“I’m In The Band”: White Zombie, and Cultural Shifts with Bassist Sean Yseult

As a founding member of the hugely successful metal/industrial band White Zombie, Sean Yseult helped create the band’s esoteric sound,  more

Printing Tabs Off of the Dial-Up Internet with Erica Freas Of RVIVR

Olympia, Washington’s RVIVR is reputed for its catchy, thrashy, and triumphant take on socially conscious pop punk. Thus it’s almost  more

Photos and Words from Tacocat’s First European Tour Diary

After seven years of being a band, Tacocat finally went on our first European tour! “We’ve been talking about wanting  more

Dead Moon: An Interview with Toody Cole

45 miles south of Portland, Oregon lies the five-acre farm where punk rock legendary duo Toody and Fred Cole built  more
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