#ThrowbackThursday: GIHE w/ The Tuts 16.03.17

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and Lockdown 2.0, we’re unable to make it in to the Hoxton Radio studio to broadcast our weekly live new music show from 7-9pm. Instead, we’re sharing previous show recordings as #ThrowbackThursday sessions, so you can still enjoy 2 hours of new music tunes & chats with some of our favourite artists each week.

Today, we’ve picked our March 2017 show with feminist pop-punk trio The Tuts (aka Nadia, Beverley and Harriet.) Tash, Mari & Kate spoke to them about power-cut troubles during their Glastonbury set, the struggles of being a DIY “three tone” band, their interactions with Kathleen Hanna from Bikini Kill, their love for Feeder and playing for Decolonise Fest’s fundraiser in 2017. They also performed two of their tracks live in the studio.

Listen back here:

Tracklist
Candi Staton – Young Hearts Run Free
Nina Jirachi – Pure Luck
Nipah – Forever
Malka – Fell For You
Little Wise ft. Sal Kimber – Favourite Song
Shopping – Wind Up
Luuna – Soap
Pip Blom – I Think I’m In Love
Vaarwell – You
DYVR – Half Awake
H1987 – I
Caswell – Animal
Molina – Salvation
The Baby Seals – Guuurl
The Selecter – Missing Words
**The Tuts Interview & Live Session**
Stormzy – Shut Up
Tilia – Black Monday
Innacut ft. Anqui – Feel Love
Petrol Girls – Touch Me Again
Bitch Falcon – Clutch
Xy&o – What’s Love Got To Do With It
Noga Erez – Toy
Adwaith – Hall
Barbara Lewis – Hello Stranger

Get In Her Ears w/ Girlhood 08.10.20

Tash & Kate were back in the Hoxton Radio studio with loads of fresh new tunes from women & non-binary people in music this week.

They also caught up with the wonderful Tessa from Girlhood to talk about the band’s self-titled debut album (due October 23rd), their latest single ‘It Might Take A Woman’ and their peculiar origin story…

Listen back:

Tracklist
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Maps
Kynsy – Happiness Isn’t A Fixed State
Deep Tan – deepfake
Big Joanie – Fall Asleep
Artemis Orion – Midnight Thoughts
I SEE RIVERS – Grow and Go
Anneka – The Elevator Scene
Gordian Stimm – Miscellaneous Body Parts
Maxine Nightingale – Right Back Where We Started From
Sade – Smooth Operator
Amaroun – Scarlet
Indian Queens – Shoot For Sexy
MOURN – Men
SpaceAcre – Overthrown
Girlhood – It Might Take A Woman
Tracy Chapman – Fast Car
Little Monarch – Wrong Right
Sevdaliza – Oh My God
Premaura – Impermanence
Penelope Trappes – Eel Drip
BEBELUNA – Who Are You
Beefywink – Holocene Heroine
Priya Ragu – Good Love 2.0
Kirsten Knick – Life’s A Placebo
Palberta – Before I Got Here
Nayana Iz – Growing Pains
Gwen Stefani – Cool

Track Of The Day: Beefywink – ‘Holocene Heroine’

Set to release their new album later this month, Bristol queer punks Beefywink have shared their ferocious latest single.

Propelled by swirling hooks and a gritty energy, ‘Holocene Heroine’ is a poetically disguised feminist anthem, honouring the women of our time. Showcasing the impassioned, seething vocals of AZ, an eerie tension builds with frenzied riffs, resulting in a raging outburst of emotion. A riotous punk anthem for our times, oozing a stirring poignancy and angst that resonates now more strongly than ever.

 

‘Holocene Heroine’ is taken from Beefywink’s upcoming album Dance In The Deluge, set for release 23rd October.

Mari Lane
@marimindles

Big Joanie sign to Kill Rock Stars & release 7″ single with Charmpit

Get In Her Ears are thrilled to share the news that Big Joanie have signed to iconic US riot grrrl label Kill Rock Stars! To mark the occasion, the trio will be releasing a 7″ split single with fellow feminist punks Charmpit titled Kluster Room Sessions, set for release on 27th November. You can pre-order your copy here.

Having both formed at First Timers Fest, Big Joanie and Charmpit have garnered a loyal and passionate following on the DIY underground scenes here in the UK. With this joint release on Kill Rock Stars, their punk infused sounds will be reaching wider, equally as passionate audiences in the US and beyond.

Kluster Room Sessions features an early recording of Big Joanie’s track ‘Cut Your Hair’ on the A side, and Charmpit’s single ‘Bad Attitude’ on the B side. “We leapt at the chance to do a split EP with Big Joanie because we love them,” explained Charmpit’s guitarist & vocalist Rhianydd YorkWilliams. “We’re so psyched to be working with Kill Rock Stars. They are a cool breeze to work with and we have so much love for what they do.”

After releasing their debut album Sistahs in 2018, Big Joanie are also planning to share their highly anticipated second record via Kill Rock Stars in 2021. “I grew up idolising practically every band on the Kill Rock Stars roster when I was a teenager,” explains Big Joanie’s guitarist & vocalist Stephanie Phillips. “We all have so much admiration for the work Kill Rock Stars has done and their influence on the punk scene. We’re so happy they can join us on this next journey of Big Joanie to help us reach new audiences.” Big Joanie’s 2021 second album will also be released in the UK and Europe via Thurston Moore and Eva Prinz’s label, Daydream Library Series.

Make sure you’re following Big Joanie, Charmpit and Kill Rock Stars for more updates…

Big Joanie: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Charmpit: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Kill Rock Stars: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook