The 4th annual Loud Women Fest will be held on 14 September 2019, back at The Dome and the Boston Music Room. As ever, the Fest will showcase the very best alternative music powered womxn and non-binary musicians, and give those artists access to a far-reaching, global platform.
For more information visit their Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/events/1895924363822631/
Brighton 2-piece garage rock band ARXX bring soaring melodies, fused with punky vibes. They've been making waves in the grrrl riot scene. See 3 tour dates featuring ARXX
Hurtling are Alt-Rock trio Jen Macro, Jon Clayton and Simon Kobayashi, who create soundscapes from the atmospheric to the psychedelic, from noise pop to dream gaze, making luscious sun-drenched slices of noise pop.
Influences include The Breeders, Sebadoh, Elliott Smith, and Sonic Youth to name a few, as well as reflecting the dreamy, hazy atmospheres of My Bloody Valentine. See 5 tour dates featuring Hurtling
Peach Club is a four-piece Riot Grrrl band from Norwich. As a feminist left wing band, Katie, Amanda, Becca and Charlie are four girls who just want to use their powerful art form to promote equality for all. See Peach Club tour dates
Petrol Girls are a feminist post-hardcore band based in South East London.
Their music combines manic jagged rhythms with vocals that range from furious screaming to intricate melodies and harmonies. They are known for their explosive live performances, with influences such as: Refused, White Lung, Bikini Kill, RVIVR, Propagandhi, At The Drive In and War On Women.
Petrol Girls formed in 2013 for an international women's day gig, identify explicitly as a feminist band and draw on personal experiences to challenge and ridicule sexism, as well as exploring wider political themes, such as alienation, mental health and the current anti-austerity movement. See Petrol Girls tour dates
Personal Best are a Newport/Bristol band featuring Katie from Bedford Falls, El, Tom and Jay. They play perfect punk-pop songs, with a sound indepted to bands like Superchunk, Best Coast and The Muffs, but filled with their own super melodic spirit.
"A short but sweet set of indie-pop tunes featuring fuzzy guitar riffs, great melodic hooks, a powerful rhythm section and a nostalgic sense of adolescent longing" - Fear Of Fiction. See Personal Best tour dates
The Menstrual Cramps
Formed in a broken bedroom in Bristol, on the verge of homelessness, and rife with anger, The Menstrual Cramps were born. Politics on the brain and injustices surrounding them, they jumped ship to a dive in London and recorded their debut album ‘We’re Not Ovaryacting’ on distorted acoustic guitars, calling on the world to ‘Save the Badgers’, and ‘Cull the Tories’. They are on a mission to ‘Make Girls Feel Good’, empower all womxn and end inequality and injustices across the world See 2 tour dates featuring The Menstrual Cramps
Gaptooth, GGAllan Partridge, Pleasure Venom, Secondhand Underpants, The Cleopatras