LISTEN: GIHE on Soho Radio – 90s Bangerz 01.02.22

Tash & Kate were back in the Soho Radio studio playing loads of new music from some of their favourite female, non-binary and LGBTQ+ artists, with Mari offering some of her musical musings too.

Listen out for their 90s Bangerz section, where Tash remains committed to reviving the UK Garage scene, and Kate tries to deliver a cockney remix of Alanis Morissette’s classic anthem ‘You Oughta Know’…

Listen back below:

Tracklist
Maria Uzor – Donuts
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Maps
Katy J Pearson – Alligator
VERO – She’s Scared Of Everything
Noga Erez – NAILS
Circe & Secret World Orchestra – It’s All Over
Porridge Radio – The Rip
SOAK – Swear Jar
Momma – Speeding 72
Horsegirl – Anti-Glory
L’Rain – Two Face
Celeste – Strange
Maria BC – The Only Thing
Hercules & Love Affair, ANOHNI – One
Sweet Female Attitude – Flowers
DJ Luck & MC Neat – A Little Bit Of Luck
The Cardigans – Lovefool
Hole – Awful
Alanis Morissette – You Oughta Know
Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl
Nirvana – Lithium
JJ72 – October Swimmer
HAAi, Jon Hopkins – Baby We’re Ascending
Real Big Sky – Another Day
LibraLibra – Fancy Car
Cheerbleederz – Nail Biters
Ruby Gill – Public Panic Attacks
Miss Leading – Woke
Kate Bush – Hounds Of Love

Re-Covered: Sally Anne’s Illustrated Favourite Albums

If you’re anything like us, throughout Lockdown you may have been seeking refuge in some of your favourite records, perhaps rediscovering some old classics along the way. So, for this new feature, illustrator Sally-Anne Hickman re-imagines her favourite ten albums of all time by painting their covers in her own unique style, using watercolours.

Check out the penultimate of Sally-Anne’s choices below, and keep your eyes peeled for the grand finale next week! 

Tori Amos – Boys for Pele
A child prodigy, an adult goddess. The profound female power of Amos seeps out in every bang and thrust on to her keys. Amos creates a dark magic with the punching sounds of the harpsichord and banshee-like wailing about devils and bleeding. Pele is a Hawaiian fire goddess who likes to eat men but it’s not just the patriarchy that gets smashed in this album. In her personal lyrics, Amos criticises almost all world religions, making this an album of spiritual rock and roll.

Sally-Anne Hickman
@sallyshinystars

 

Re-Covered: Sally-Anne’s Illustrated Favourite Albums

If you’re anything like us, throughout Lockdown you may have been seeking refuge in some of your favourite records, perhaps rediscovering some old classics along the way. So, for this new feature, illustrator Sally-Anne Hickman re-imagines her favourite ten albums of all time by painting their covers in her own unique style, using watercolours.

Check out the sixth of Sally-Anne’s choices below, and keep your eyes peeled for the rest over the next few weeks…

The Muffs- Hamburger
This compilation album features songs, outtakes and demos recorded between 1991 and 1999. It really captures the punk-pop-rock sounds that this band is renowned for. It’s garage-pop at its finest with most songs coming in at three minutes, each with a tip of the hat to 1960s girl bands. Its choppy, distorted guitars, layered with the sweet vocal harmonies and rasping growl of Kim Shattuck, all add up a bumper album of songs. Complete classic.

 

Sally-Anne Hickman
@sallyshinystars