Hailing from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, A Light Divided is a metal/pop quintet led by the powerhouse vocals of front woman Jaycee Clark, who joined us for this Women of Rock segment to highlight some of her favourite female-led musical acts.
Sam Wolstenholme, front woman for Brisbane, Australia’s Seraphic, joins us for our newest Women of Rock instalment to give us her favourite Australian metal bands led by female vocalists.
Quite familiar with pummelling ears with crushing walls of sonic, Netherlands bassist Chealsea “Thee Chuq” Wierbonski joins us for the newest entry in our Women of Rock series to give us five female acts she’s seriously digging.
We have Yvette Young, guitarist for the instrumental math-rock group Covet, dishing on her 5 favourite female musical acts in this iteration of PureGrainAudio’s Women of Rock.
In this installation of our Women of Rock series, we get the whimsical, insatiably quirky pseudo-pop-punkers T-Rextasy to give us a list of 5 female-centric acts they love including: Salt-N-Pepa, St. Vincent, Liz Phair, SZA, and Zenizen.
Devan Glover, vocalist for the Toronto, Canada-based folk-rock quartet Wild Rivers, hit us with her five picks for female-centric groups that not only influenced her musical tastes, but also are ones you gotta get to know (if you don’t already).
Whether it be by choice, or simply not yet their time, the following female-heavy bands are creating exciting, quality music, having yet to become household names, and for that we’re grateful. Get to know Guantanamo Baywatch, Triángulo de Amor Bizarro, The Coathangers, Tacocat, and Peach Kelli Pop.
In this edition of our Women of Rock series, Swedish post-rock quartet Junodef present a killer list of five must-hear English acts including Esya, Jennifer Walton, Big Joanie, Lo Barnes and Biig Piig.
It’s International Women’s Day and what better time for a new installment of Women of Rock? Today, we’re paying homage to some of the Godmothers of Rock, so get your pencils sharpened and take note!
Our “Women of Rock” series continues thanks to Parisian-born musician Marie Seyrat, and one half of LA-based alt-folk duo Freedom Fry, who shares five “Women of Rock” that she’s totally grooving on.
As history teaches, tremendous hardship leads to pivotal cultural liberation via music. While major names tore up charts in their triumphant return, under the radar women of rock music were making a name for themselves in (somewhat) quiet revolution.
Shred-tastic lead guitarist, Diamond Rowe, of Atlanta, GA’s fast-rising metal quartet Tetrarch shares her 5 “Wormen of Rock”-worthy bands that you need to know!
The following five acts are exceptionally unique, adept musicians that I’m excited for you to listen to. You’ve gotta check out Habibi, Shannon and the Clams, Nice As Fuck, Babymetal and Cherry Glazerr!