I read about Bones (aka Bones UK) in a post about female-led bands on Oh No They Didn’t, and they’re AWESOME in an angry dirty badass way! Same vein as Garbage, although darker. Perfect for kicking down doors, real or metaphorical:
If Schoolhouse Rock dropped out of school and discovered heavy eyeliner:
Slightly NSFW at the beginning (song starts around 1:19):
I’ll give ’em my bones when their debut album comes out!! GET IT BONES LIKE MUNNY yeah pretty bad i know k bye
Being out in the entertainment industry, especially as a woman, is tricky. On the one hand, I believe artists have a responsibility to be open, because their silence perpetuates assumed heteronormativity. Queer visibility is vital and saves many lives. On the other hand, I understand that some artists would rather keep their personal lives to themselves. As for me, being publicly out has been the most rewarding experience of my life.
—lesbian feminist musician Zolita
(and another good interview)
’80s ladies via GLOW, ’90s house, new Kesha = SUMMATHYME
p.s. everyone should listen to cupcakKe; she is UHMAZING ❤
wut r u listening 2 this summrrrr
Never listened to Garbage much beyond their singles, but feelin’ some ’90s nostalgia for eternal badass Shirley Manson:
Ignore the shirtless juggalo:
Happy Angsty weekend 🙂
just some february vibez from pinterest ‘n’ wherever
Rosa Diaz of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a badass. The fictional police detective breaks things, almost never smiles, and doesn’t suffer fools. She’s also amazing at her job and dresses like a biker/assassin. Basically, she’s awesome. She would’ve been fired 10 times over in real life, but that’s the beauty of TV, eh?
Rosa Diaz. Know her. LOVE HER. As much as you can through gifs, anyway:
BUT SHE HAS A WEAKNESS: Gilmore Girls.
Got your number, Diaz.