We were honored to be among the sold-out crowd at The Vera Project last Friday, when Russian activists Pussy Riot took the stage. As one of the core group of three women appeared on stage in their signature balaclava headgear/anonymity shield, she explained the audience that they hardly ever actually play together — and that Pussy […]
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! < what imaginary Morgen & I said when we learned Russian activist icons Pussy Riot were coming to Seattle Friends, if there was ever a sold out show that I would encourage you to come and wait in the standby line for, it’s this one. Pussy Riot is bringing their kick-ass political punk rock […]
Imaginary Rich has done it again! His red carpet coverage is UNSTOPPABLE. This time he captured the arrivals for both The Punk Singer and Her Aim is True: two rock-related documentaries that screened at SIFF this past weekend. We ♥ the spirit showing in these! Thanks, Rich.
For those lucky enough to catch Who Put The Bomp?, the sizzling Le Tigre tour documentary shown at SIFF a couple years back, the new Kathleen Hanna biography The Punk Singer will be an answer to Pussy Riot-like prayers. (The two music movies would make a delicious double feature.) The fanzine artist, riot grrrl comrade-avatar, […]