NB: There are a few bands with the name Milkteeth, or variations of. The following biography deals with Milkteeth from the city of Hereford, UK (Feb/05 - Sep/06) Milkteeth were a duo comprising of Elspeth Anne Macrae and Leila Terrett. They formed near Hereford,UK, both aged 16, after having played together as part of a lo-fi band for a year or so previously. Elspeth and Leila both switched between guitar and drums, and lead and harmonic vocals. Their music could be described as blending elements of folk, anti-folk, punk and grunge. Or punk elephants in lemonade as they characterised it.
There are two bands called Hissyfit 1) hissyfit is all girl band that formed in auckland in 2009. The trio slam through short songs about no doz, hair ties and meeting girls. they list there influences as riot grrrl, post punk, 60's girl bands. http://www.myspace.com/hissyfitband. They are Jaspin - guitar/vox, mon - drums/vox, ary - bass http://www.facebook.com/pages/hissyfit/120704837942763 2) An all-girl indiepop band from Melbourne, who released an EP "Stars without Make-up" in 2001.
Both Megan March and John No, equal parts of Street Eaters, were born in Oakland, raised in the East Bay, and came of age in the DIY punk world of 924 Gilman, Mission Records, and the Oakland art warehouse scene. At times you get a glimpse of the well-known East Bay sound in their music, but the band draws from a wide and varied musical palette. Street Eaters
Chicks on Speed are a female electroclash band, born when Alex and Melissa met at the Munich Art Academy in 1997. Chicks on Speed's core members are Melissa Logan (Upstate NY, USA) and Alex Murray-Leslie (Bowral, Australia), who collaborate with amongst others Anat Ben-David (Tel Aviv, Israel), Kathi Glas (Berlin, Germany) and A.L. Steiner (NY, USA). Around Chicks on Speed there is grouped a large and ever-changing collective of musicians, producers, fashion and graphic artists, designers, film and video makers, and so on.
Skinny Girl Diet are a post punk, Girl band from London. Delilah Holliday - Guitars and vocals
Ursula Holliday - Drums and vocals
Amelia Cutler - Bass guitar More websites:
Violent Vickie is a multi-media electro-punk band from San Francisco, CA. Inspired by female electronic bands like Le Tigre, Tracy and the Plastics, Miss Kittin, Adult., and Chicks on Speed, she started writing songs in 2003, recording drum machines, keyboards, samplers, guitars, vocals, and other random instruments onto a four track in her parent's suburban home in Southern California. Her lyrics often question society, addressing female stereotypes, TV, addiction, and religion.
Beyond Pink is a hardcore-punk band from Malmö, Sweden. The band started in 2002. This is definitely something for all those into fast hardcore, as well as riot grrrls sounds and tradition of the 80's swedish hc/punk. Their music reflects how wide influences they have and it makes their music powerful and kicking. Their lyrics are alongside with the music, they reflect anger and critical views on issues like macho/sexistculture, violent dancing, cops, pro-life fundemantalists or corporate capitalism and their financial institutions like WTO and G8.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1. The Sweethearts aren't trying to capture a sound or chase a trend. They just play the music that drives them: catchy, buzz-saw punk with a nod to garage rock and the girl groups of the 1960's.
(For the grindcore band, see Le Scrawl. For the DJ, see DJ Scrawl.) Scrawl were a band from Columbus, Ohio. The founding members were Marcy Mays (vocals and guitar), Sue Harshe (bass guitar), and Carolyn O'Leary (drums). Their first show, in the summer of 1985, was a 20-minute opening spot for the Meat Puppets. Their first album, Plus, Also, Too, was released in 1987 on the No Other record label. Drummer Carolyn O' Leary left the group in May 1992, and was replaced by Dana Marshall.
WE ROCK LIKE GIRLS DON'T are an electrifying female rock'n'roll duo from Glasgow and London. Critically acclaimed debut album HOW DID IT GET TO THIS is released on April 6th 2009 via Cargo Records. Since January 2009 the pair have played wild shows all round the UK, Germany, Netherlands, Italy to increasingly fervent reviews. "How Did It Get To This is the kind of awesome rock record we don't hear often enough" 8/10 NME "This is rock'n'roll at its purest" 9/10 THE MUSIC MAGAZINE "One of the most exciting rock albums of 2009" HUMO.BE