(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.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1. http://www.myspace.com/feathersfamily
Looking (and often sounding) as though they've been sent directly from central casting, the psych-folk octet Feathers originate from the same fertile New England climates that generated the wayfaring likes of Tower Recordings and the MV & EE Medicine Show. The arrival of their debut album on Devendra Banhart and Andy Cabic's Gnomonsong label has not gone unheralded...
The 22.214.171.124's are a female, three-piece, japanese rock and roll band, whose music is reminiscent of American surf music and garage rock. The band formed in Tokyo, Japan in 1986. The band currently consists of founding members Yoshiko Fujiyama (vocals, guitar) and her sister Sachiko Fujiyama (drums) and long-time bassist Akiko Omo. The group have so named themselves because they do 1950's, 60's, 70's and 80's rock. They do many covers from American rock and roll records.
Bleach is the name of more than one band; There is a blistering all-girl Japanese rock trio, an American rock group (see below), as well as a British group (see below). They all redirect here. == Bleach (JP) == Bleach (alternatively called Bleach03 or Bleachmobile) was an all-female punk trio from Okinawa, Japan. The members included, Kanna on guitar and vocals, Miya on bass and Sayuri on drums. Kanna was the primary lyricist. Citing artistic differences, Bleach disbanded on June 10, 2009, less than a month before the release of their final album "bleach stone."
During summertime in 2006, three south brazilian girls have noticed that it was about time to start an all-girl band in the Brazil's Psychobilly scene. Inspired by the 80's classic psycho bands, they started to play their own simple & raw songs, willing to transmit this disease that Psychobily is all about. "The Brazilian psycho scene spawned a luscious rarity in 2006, when three ladies stirred up their own twist on the original style from the early eighties.
Softball is an all-female pop-punk band from Chiba, Japan. The band members — Moe (vocals/guitar), Nomiya (bass), and Rie (drums) — got together while still in high school. Mike Park signed them to Asian Man Records, and they made their self-titled first American release in 1999.
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.