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Playlist of Queercore

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  • Step Up And Be Vocal 2001, queer punk documentary, eng/ger subs, FULL

    1:2:49

    Step Up And Be Vocal contains interviews from 1999, with some queer artists, activists and bands about queer punk, feminist concepts and actions. Filmed during a trip to San Francisco. A documentary by Uta Busch and Sandra Ortmann. 2001, 60 minutes, English with German subtitles.

    With Lynn Breedlove [Tribe 8, writer], Matt Wobensmith [Outpunk Zine and Label, Queercorps Label], Jody Bleyle [Candy-Ass Records, Team Dresch, Hazel], The Psychic Sluts [Queer Performance Group], Wendy-O Matic [spoken word artist, writer], Laura Litter [Fabulous Disaster], Mia d´Bruzzi [Mudwimin, Fabulous Disaster], Anna Joy [Blatz, Cyper in the Snow, The Gru´ps, writer]

  • Halflings - Oi! Oi! We Fuck Boys! QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #24

    2:00

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    From Philadelphia, Halflings were not a gay band. They were a straight punk band who had once been accused of homophobia, and their response was to do a pro-gay song. The sweet irony is that the middle section steals from a famously homophobic white supremacist UK band called Skrewdriver, turning a white power chant into a gay power chant. Released on the 7 EP compilation Stop Homophobia Volume 2 on Texas label Turkey Baster Records, in 1995.

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  • Especial: Renkore: QueerCore, la reivindicación de las luchas

    28:04

    MIS CRITERIOS HAN CAMBIADO NUEVAMENTE

    Estuvimos en una entrevista especial con la banda de Hardcore de la ciudad de Medellín, Renkore.

    Hablamos de todo un poco, pero en especial nos contaron de que se trata el QueerCore como reivindicación de lucha no solo contra la homofobia , sino también de una la lucha a favor de todos lo que ellos nos explican como humanos basura.


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  • Pansy Division - Fem in a Black Leather... QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #3

    2:05

    From San Francisco, one of the best known, most prolific, and longest lasting queer rock bands, still active and performing today. Fem in a Black Leather Jacket was their first 45 (1992) and was also on their debut album Undressed (1993). They got a tremendous boost opening for green Day on their breakthrough album Dookie in 1994, a bold move by Green Day, and a great break, at the time when the rock underground was going mainstream.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

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  • Cheesecake - Straight Girl Soundtrack QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #14

    3:23

    All-female riot grrrl band Cheesecake made a single, and album, and appeared on a number of compilations (as did most of the bands on this comp). This was from their Coq Fighters 45.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • Ooh Baby, Youre so Queercore

    3:55

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    Ooh Baby, You're so Queercore · Andy Bell

    Torsten the Beautiful Libertine

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    Released on: 2016-03-04

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control

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  • Warpath - Fuck You, Im Queer - 1992-1996 - Complete Discography

    38:31

    Warpath are a American Crusty Anarcho political hardcore punk band from Monroeville, Pennsylvania formed in the early 90's. Love how the band sounds they get right on with angry fast drumming, guitar and vocals and cover some great legendary bands Nausea, Agent Orange, and Doom. This goes out to all the people who feel unwanted, rejected, and don't give a shit what others think about themselves. just because they are attracted by the same sex. We are all human we should be all equal. If they are happy how they are let them be what did they do to you to upset or make you rage with such hate? Don't bash just because someone is different. think about it.

    Warpath – Fuck You, I'm Queer - Complete Discography
    Label: Reality Is A Cult ‎– REALITY #020
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation
    Country: USA
    Released: Mar 2014
    Tracklist:
    A1 War Ensemble
    A2 The Result
    A3 Silence = Death
    A4 Starve To Feed
    A5 Needless Brutality / Kill For Peace
    A6 Sick Joke (Doom)
    A7 Blood Stains (Agent Orange)
    A8 Christian Headfuck
    A9 Silence = Death
    A10 The Result
    B1 Chief Seattle
    B2 Hate Crimes
    B3 Christian Headfuck
    B4 Starve To Feed
    B5 Cage
    B6 Needless Brutality / Kill For Peace
    B7 Abomination
    B8 Sick Joke (Doom)
    B9 Fallout (Nausea)
    Companies, etc.
    Lacquer Cut At – Well Made Music
    Credits
    Lacquer Cut By – Adam Boose
    Notes:
    Record is housed in pocket jacket with additional screenprinted/spattered wraparound sleeve. Included inside is a thick printed booklet & a patch. Pressed on a myriad of different colors (see pictures). Several patch designs/colors exist too.

    A1 to A3 originally released on the Warpath / Jim Jones Party Mix 7
    A5 to A8 originally released on Warpath's demo tape The Result
    Ba to B5 originally released on the Fear Persuasion Violence Obedience four way split 2x10
    A9, A10 & B6 to B9 previously unreleased

    B2 is a cover of Warpath's previous incarnation, Chaos Brigade.

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  • Queercore!

    7:02

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    Queercore! (Matt Pop Club Remix) · Lana Pillay · Matt Pop · Andy Bell

    Variance II - The 'Torsten the Beautiful Libertine' Remixes

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    Released on: 2016-07-01

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  • VI by Bijhan

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  • Pansy Division: Life In A Gay Rock Band

    1:22:53

    Tired of feeling alienated by the dance and disco music that dominated the gay scene in the early 1990s, aspiring musician Jon Ginoli placed an advert recruiting 'queer musicians into the Buzzcocks, Ramones and early Beatles', in a bid to form his own band. After getting a response from bassist Chris Freeman, the two instantly hit it off and formed Pansy Division, who have since proved one of the defining bands in the queercore movement and confirmed their place in the queer rock and roll hall of fame. Chronicling the birth of the band, the highs, lows and countless changes in the line-up, this rousing documentary offers a great insight into a hugely influential band with some of the greatest song names in history.
    Michael Blyth, 22nd London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

  • DICKSÜCKER - Ill Twink To That! FULL EP

    6:06

    Fresh grindviolence/queercore band from Boston, Massachusetts, USA featuring members of Goolagoon. This is their debut EP.

    Self-released (digital format so far) on June 2018.

    Tracklist:
    01.[00:00] Millions Of Dead Homophobes
    02.[01:11] Summer Bummer / Cocksteady
    03.[02:08] Suffering From Cute Boys Withdrawl
    04.[02:16] Celebration Of Seth Putnam's Death
    05.[02:22] We Are Sick Of Spooky Daddys!
    06.[02:51] Annhiliate Transphobic Jocks
    07.[02:56] Sacred (tribute to our favorite bear, Scott Stapp)
    08.[03:16] A Simple Request For Slop
    09.[03:59] Hanging Out With Guys I Met Online
    10.[04:04] First And Foremost, We Demand Grease
    11.[04:21] Meeting Your Newly-Divorced Father On Grindr
    12.[04:30] Phone Call To Dad
    13.[04:36] Grease In The Hog Jar

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  • Pansy Division - Thats So Gay

    2:28

    su yt non c'era quindi l'ho uploadata

    fuck yhea queercore XD

  • Excuse 17 - Special Guest, Me

    2:11

    Excuse 17 is a queercore punk band from Olympia, Washington that performed and recorded in the mid 1990s.

    In 1993 Carrie Brownstein, Becca Albee and CJ Phillips came together to form Excuse 17, a band that would only last a few years but would prove to be influential. Carrie and Becca both played guitar and sang and CJ played the drums. After its inception, the band quickly recorded a demo tape and then began playing and recording for various compilations on independent record labels. Their first full-length recording, Excuse Seventeen, was released jointly on Atlas Records (LP) and queercore label Chainsaw Records (CD). They would later release their second and final album Such Friends Are Dangerous on the indie label Kill Rock Stars in 1995, which displayed a boost in recording quality. They often found themselves playing shows with Heavens to Betsy, including touring, not surprisingly since both bands were an active part of the Riot Grrrl scene; as well, they both appear on the compilation LP/CD Free to Fight. Corin Tucker from Heavens to Betsy struck up a friendship with Carrie Brownstein and they dated each other for a time. The two women decided to form Sleater-Kinney, a side project that soon evolved into their main focus as their respective groups ended. However, Excuse 17's recordings are still valued by fans of Sleater-Kinney, those interested in Riot Grrrl and queercore recordings, and record collectors in general. Becca Albee is currently a photography professor at the City College of New York.

  • The Buzzcocks Pete Shelley: An Interview w/ The Original Queer Punk

    9:31

    Bisexual Buzzcocks frontman Pete Shelley gave The New Gay ten minutes of his time to discuss punk rock, gay sex and the evolution of his electronic sound. Check it out!

  • Fat Mike - Whats In My Bag?

    8:29

    Fat Mike of NOFX goes shopping at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. NOFX's last album 'Ribbed: Live in a Dive' is available from Fat Wreck Chords.

    Check out his picks:
    Battalion Of Saints - Complete Discography (LP)
    Sam Garbarski - Bye Bye Germany (DVD)
    Tom Neely - Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever: The Completely Ridiculous Edition (BOOK)
    Stefan Ruzowitzky - The Counterfeiters (DVD)
    Aaron Cometbus - Cometbus #52 - The Spirit of St. Louis (BOOK)
    Tom Tykwer - Run Lola Run (DVD)
    Yony Leyser - Queercore: How To Punk A Revolution (DVD)
    Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski - Bound (BLU-RAY)
    Cynthia Connolly, Leslie Clague, Sharon Cheslow - Banned in DC: Photos and Anecdotes from the DC Punk Underground (79-85) (BOOK)
    Eagles Of Death Metal - Eagles Of Death Metal: Nos Amis (BLU-RAY)

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  • Knifed - Live in Belfast - Hardcore Punk

    2:24

    Knifed - Live in Belfast - Hardcore Punk band from Dublin playing live in Giro's several years ago. Sadly both venue and band now defunct.



  • The Third Sex - Card Carrying

    27:33

    Really great album from portland queer-core band The Third Sex.

  • Queercore Wayback: The Garage - Oct 2001

    12:21

    Step back to those halcyon days right after 9/11. Silverlake Queercore all the way - Nick Name and The Normals, Exhibition, IAMLoved and Best Revenge in one night at the Garage. NIck plays a rare acoustic set and Bilito of BR takes the shirt off. Eddie Hibbs of Freakshow fame looks glamorous against the glare of the exit sign. And it was my new XL-1. Fuck if I knew what 'attenuation' was.
    We're we young...

  • Andy Bell

    4:11

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    The official video for the Matt Pop Radio Mix of 'Queercore!' as featured on the Andy Bell album 'Variance II'. The video was made by Barney Ashton, Lana Pillay & Andy Bell and the song written by Barney Ashton & Christopher Frost. With thanks to David Shield, Rob McWhir, Peter Bull & all at the Above The Stag Theatre for the filming on the set of the 'Torsten The Beautiful Libertine' stage show.

    From the Andy Bell album VARIANCE II: Remixes.

  • Limp Wrist

    1:32

    Live in Köpi (Berlin) 01.07.2009

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  • Dump Him on Audiotree Live

    31:33

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    Dump Him is a queercore/punk pop band started by Jac Walsh as a solo project in 2015. They write 90's riot grrrl influenced jams with fast paced, wild constructions and in your face gang vocals. Check out the full performance by Dump Him live on Audiotree.

    Tracklist
    1. Judi Bari Almost Died for Our Sins
    2. Puritan
    3. Dykes to Watch Out For
    4. Don't Kiss Me, I'm In Training
    5. Unimportant
    6. What's Yr Deal With Kim?
    7. Ache
    8. Dreams, Live 1997
    9. Trash

    Recorded on September 6, 2019 in Chicago, IL.

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  • Mouthfull - 16 QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #29

    2:47

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    An all-male English band, this track is from the Stop Homophobia 2 EP on Turkey Baster Records, 1995. They recorded a fine album that was unfortunately not released until a decade later, online, long after they had split.

  • Tribe 8 - Lezbophobia QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #5

    2:45

    San Francisco's Tribe 8 was an influential, mind-blowing all-lesbian band that released three albums and several EPs in the 1990s. This is from their first EP By The Time We Get To Colorado (where an anti-gay anti-civil rights ordinance had passed in 1992, though repealed a couple years later) on Outpunk Records. They broke up in the early to mid 2000s.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • DUMP HIM - Dykes To Watch Out For

    25:06

    DUMP HIM is a Massachusetts punk pop queercore band that jac plays in. this is their first record. FFO: early Aye Nako, RVIVR, etc. It was released in August 2019 by Get Better Records + Musical Fanzine Records.

    01 Puritan - 0:00
    02 Dykes To Watch Out For - 1:15
    03 Unimportant -
    04 Trash -
    05 What’s Yr Deal With Kim? -
    06 Song For Frankie And Blinko -
    07 Ache -
    08 Dreams, Live 1997 -
    09 Judi Bari Almost Died For Our Sins -
    10 Don’t Kiss Me, I’m In Training -

  • Sister Double Happiness - Whipping Song QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #26

    4:39

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    Sister Double Happiness featured legendary queer lead vocalist Gary Floyd, who was brazenly out in the early 80s with his Austin, Texas hardcore band The Dicks. SDH was a hard rock, bluesy punk band from San Francisco who had recorded for SST, Warner Brothers, and Sub Pop, and in 1993 released the CD Uncut on Dutch East India Records. While not a new band inspired to be out and make queer punk, this track earns its place here. Gary also made solo albums and formed the band Black Kali Ma in the late 90s, and still plays the occasional Dicks reunion show.

  • Queer Youth TV presents: Queercore

    7:03

    This part 1 of the 24-minute short documentary I co-directed with Bret Berg. It features an interview with Limp Wrist's Martin Sorrondeguy.

  • queercore -andy bell /sparkesmedia 2016

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  • Team Dresch - Fagetarian & Dyke QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #18

    2:47

    From Portland, all-female band Team Dresch were one of the most popular and best loved bands of queercore. Donna Dresch had formed Chainsaw Records; Jody Bleyle formed Candy-Ass records; Kaia Wilson also made solo records and later formed The Butchies, who released four albums on Mr. Lady Records. This is a Kaia song is from their debut album Personal Best, 1994.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • PWR BTTMs Queer Glam Punk Style | Billboard Behind The Seams

    3:12

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    Go 'Behind the Seams' at PWR BTTM's recent Billboard photo shoot, where the queercore duo talks about their stylistic choices, shared love of Brooklyn and, of course, passion for makeup.

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  • A.M.A.B. - STOP IT - DEMO 2018

    4:51

    1. STOP IT - 0:00
    2. TEEN IDLE (COVER) - 1:42

    FUCK MEN. FUCK TERFS. FUCK CIS WHITE GAYS. TRANS LIBERATION NOW. TRANS LIBERATION FOREVER.



    punk, hardcore, metal, piss, queercore, riot grrrl, Tallahassee

  • Dystopian Reality - s/t FULL EP

    6:35

    Fresh grinding queercore 3-piece band from Houston, Texas, USA. This is their debut EP.

    Self-released (digital format) on December 2019.

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    Tracklist:
    01.[00:00] Alienation is Power
    02.[00:58] Dystopia//Reality
    03.[02:14] Algorithmically Fed Trash
    04.[03:03] Paradoxical
    05.[04:18] Obsessive Possessor
    06.[05:02] Agonized Conscience
    07.[06:12] Hypervirus

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  • Pansy Division - Groovy Underwear

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  • Sleater-Kinney - A Real Man QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #32

    1:05

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    From S-K's self-titled first album, on Chainsaw Records, 1995.

  • Outed - Fucked FULL EP

    7:00

    Fresh pv/grind/queercore band Baltimore, Fort Lauderdale, and San Francisco, USA. This is their debut EP

    Self-released (digital format so far) on September 2018.

    Tracklist:
    01.[00:00] No Sympathy
    02.[00:42] Failure
    03.[01:32] Dichotomy
    04.[02:19] Hatred By The Hundreds
    05.[02:55] Constantly Rejected
    06.[04:09] Fucked
    07.[04:37] Attempted Genocide
    08.[05:04] You Could Never Relate

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  • Team Dresch - Uncle Phranc QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #19

    3:25

    I wanted to include a second Team Dresch song as each of their lead vocalists are both powerful figures in their own right. This is a Jody song is from their second and (sadly) final album Captain My Captain, 1994, a tribute to openly lesbian folkie Phranc, who was a member of the early L.A. punk bands Catholic Discipline and Nervous Gender.

    From Portland, all-female band Team Dresch were one of the most popular and best loved bands of queercore. Donna Dresch had formed Chainsaw Records; Jody Bleyle formed Candy-Ass records; Kaia Wilson also made solo records and later formed The Butchies, who released four albums on Mr. Lady Records.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • New Garage Explosion!! In Love With These Times Part Three

    14:51

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    In Part Three of our garage rock investigation we talk about the craziness of limited edition records, the ups and downs of buzz bands, queercore and political correctness.

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    After a brief nod to garage's humble beginnings amongst American youth in Detroit during the 1960s and its contribution and influence on '80s punk, New Garage Explosion!!: In Love With These Times focuses on the scintillating present. As it pans trans-nationally, the camera profiles artists like the late Jay Reatard, Black Lips, The Dirtbombs, Thee Oh Sees, Smith Westerns, Vivian Girls and many more in an attempt to understand not only the exponential ascent of garage rock's popularity but the reason these people feel so passionately about it. A wide-eyed glimpse into a musical movement, the film is as much about the music as it is about the people contributing to the distinct scenes of the San Francisco, Oakland, Detroit, New York, Memphis, Atlanta, and Portland garage communities.

    VBS directors Joseph Patel and Aaron Brown worked with producer/journalist Mike McGonigal to offer a particularly in depth examination of a multi-dimensional and often misunderstood slice of popular culture unfolding in front of us. New Garage Explosion!!: In Love With These Times is a candid snapshot of this magically vibrant moment in rock history, inspirational and brimming with DIY purity.
 


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  • Chemical X by Bijhan

    2:12

    Queerphobes belong at the end of a hammer.

    Leave a comment telling me I'm going to hell or some other unoriginal horsedonk.

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  • PANSY DIVISION with JELLO BIAFRA doin AVERAGE MAN

    4:34

    5/22/14 the SF EAGLE,presents: PANSY DIVISION, headlines for their only performance in 2014. also with: Zbornak, Munecas, and clutch the pearls. a great show all the way around! Queercore rules!

  • Queer Youth TV presents Queercore

    6:48

    This part 2 of the 24-minute short documentary I co-directed with Bret Berg. It features interviews with Rudy Bleu who founded Scutterfest and The Gossip's Beth Ditto.

  • Warpath - Abomination QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #25

    2:12

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    From Pittsburgh, Warpath was a partly queer hardcore band that was on a couple of 7s and released this single in 1995, a split 45 with Jim Jones Party Mix. They later suffered from having a more famous metal band poach their name.

  • Andy Bell ft. Lana Pillay - Queercore!

    2:15

    From the Andy Bell album VARIANCE II: Remixes.
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  • Power Snatch - Booty Go QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #21

    2:05

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    From Austin, Power Snatch was an all-female band whose only release was on the influential 1994 compilation Outpunk Dance Party on Matt Wobensmith's label Outpunk Records. The label was an outgrowth of Matt's seminal fanzine Outpunk.

  • Heavens To Betsy - Shes The One QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #8

    1:36

    From the Julep compilation LP on Yo Yo Records in 1993. Heavens To Betsy made several 45s and did one full-length for Kill Rock Stars. Vocalist Corin Tucker went on to form Sleater-Kinney, and now records with the Corin Tucker Band. There's a bunch of great rare HTB stuff that needs to be compiled!

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • The Third Sex - Mombies QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #17

    3:18

    From Portland, all-female band The Third Sex recorded 2 albums for Chainsaw and singles for Kill Rock Stars between 1994 and 1999; Mombies is from their first 45 in 1995.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • Ivan_il_pollo - QueernPunk Mixtape

    27:21

    New mixtape QueerPunk whit bands from all around the word fighting for equality.
    Enjoy it
    Tracklist
    1 - Slouch - My turn
    2 - Call the Cops - Fuck your sexuality (literally)
    3 - Funerales - Malas influencias
    4 - Intothebaobab - Chiamerò mio figlio Andrea
    5 - Kinky - We kill fascist
    6 - Future Crimes - Whiskey Dick
    7 - Bioma - Descontrolar
    8 - NoWhiteRag - Macho Ego
    9 - Limp Wrist - I love hardocore Boys, I love boys Hardocore
    10 - G.L.O.S.S. - Masculine Artifice
    11 - Dicks - No Nazi's friends
    12 - Genderlexx - Ni una menos
    13 - Porkera - Marijevis
    14 - The Gay Agenda - no-one4no-one
    15 - Hyle - Sick

  • Mukilteo Fairies - Heavy Into Brett

    45

    From their Closet Check 7 (Outpunk, 1994). Totally ruling queercore.

  • The Need - Rim Me Isabella QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #34

    2:34

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

    The Need formed in Portland and released a single on Outpunk in 1996 and their debut album (from which this song is taken) on Chainsaw in 1997. Though this ends outside the time frame of this compilation, it's included because Rachel Carns, on two other tracks of this compilation, ended up sounding like this in 1997, by which time the early raw punk had given way to new musical directions. Rachel has been in other groups since and continues making music today, as well as being an acclaimed artist and graphic designer.

  • The CeBe Barns Band - Shes A Winner QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #6

    2:26

    Olympia/Portland dyke band featuring Rachel Carns (again!) and Radio who would later form The Need. Very obscure 45 on KittyHorse Records, 1992, their only release.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • Huggy Bear -- Pansy Twist QUEERCORE EXPLOSION #15

    2:14

    Huggy Bear was a mixed-gender London group with releases on Wiiija (UK) and Kill Rock Stars (US), including a split LP with Bikini Kill. This is from their LP Taking The Rough With The Smooch, 1993.

    This playlist consists of tracks curated for an as-yet unreleased collection of early 90s queer rock and punk entitled Queercore Explosion! The songs are mostly from 1990-1995, to illustrate the queer punk rock explosion of the early 90s, a time when almost nobody in rock music was openly gay (even the ones you might assume were out were not). Some of this music overlaps with the Riot Grrrl movement of the same time. Listen, enjoy, and learn about a nearly secret underground musical movement that existed before the internet!

  • seth corbin revolt 7 Coventry feminist transgender queercore night

    6:35

    seth corbin performing at the revolt 7 night in Coventry

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