On 12/19 there will be a benefit show for Stevie D (Glass Heroes/US Bombs). All proceeds will go to Davis who has recently been diagnosed with terminal liver cancer.
Stevie D is a punk rock staple in our phoenix community. His influence on music and the lives he has touched are indescribable. I feel lucky to have seen Stevie D play hundreds of times on stage. Stevie’s wisdom and guidance is something I will always treasure. We need to come together as a community and help one of our own. Now is the time.
On this episode, the ladies discuss photography, fat wreck chords and the infamous girl gang tour with photographer, Billy Skelly. New music by William Shatner/Henry Rollins.
On this episode the ladies talk to Elvis Cortez from Left Alone, Transplants, Smelvis Records and Road Dog Merch. They discuss his newest single, heartbreak, bulldogs and flashback to the days where he use to sling Star Wars action figures with press kits.
Golly Gee Willickers Batman! It’s the Limit Club! On this episode, the ladies discuss topics with the group that includes: Coco, Comic books and their new album, “Kid Bitchin’”.
Punk Rock Art community founder, Brian Burks joins the ladies for an in depth look on what influences Brian’s work: NOFX, X-men and punk rock!
On this episode the ladies discuss healthy decisions, punk rock shows and taking shots….of B12 with Dr. Lehto & Dr. Sandoval-Becker of Everybody’s Primary Care, LLC.
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Shamehole joins us in the studio for a live performance and a little get to know you action.
Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival!
The third annual Les Femmes Underground International Film Festival (LEFUFF)
will make its way to Arizona on Sept. 1st, at Phoenix Center for the Arts. It is the only
traveling festival that showcases exclusively feminist experimental art and narrative
work. This year it will feature films from over 30 different countries ranging in
genres from Documentary, Experimental, Narrative, Horror, Female Sexuality, and
our own concoction Psychotropic. There will be film screenings, vendors, artists,
catering, Q & A sessions with filmmakers and a performance by It’s Embarrassing.