Date: Saturday 01 March 2014
Time: 7pm - 10pm
Another great hollaback riot night to celebrate the beginning of ULU Women's History Month Festival! Saturday 1st March 7-10pm
After our mega successful beautiful hollaback riot night back in November we've decided to run another one to celebrate the beginning of ULU Women's History Month Festival!
£5 ON THE DOOR, £4 ADVANCE TICKETS - plus if you buy in advance you're automatically entered into a raffle to win a Thelma and Louise Hollaback/ House of Astbury tshirt!
Cat Bear Tree
Veering somewhere between DIY punk and indie-pop, Cat Bear Tree pull varied influence from the likes of Sleater-Kinney, Bloc Party, Bikini Kill and Electrelane. Writing and recording together since 2011, Zoe Konez (guitar and vocals), Claudia Mansaray (bass and vocals) and Sarah Smith (drums and vocals) have been busy building a dedicated following, whilst cementing their place in the list of new generation, all-female bands to look out for.
Colour Me Wednesday
Colour Me Wednesday are a four piece DIY punk/indie pop band based in West London fronted by the Doveton sisters on vocals and guitar and backed up rhythmically by Sam Brackley (drums) and Carmela Pietrangelo (bass). Their long-awaited debut album 'I thought it was morning' was released on Discount Horse records over summer 2013 followed by a successful UK tour. Lyrically, the band touch on politics, social frustration, sexism, growing up and relationships which is expressed using catchy hooks, harmonies and gang vocals.
Battle of You
“Battle of you were an absolute treat. An unpretentious five-piece band from Shoreditch with upbeat hooks that make every chorus as catchy as the last. Fantastic energy from lead singer (and aptly named) Melody Patman and keyboardist Nicola Hogg. Think Two door cinema club, but better. This is a band you must see live, but until I get the pleasure of this for a second time, I’ll be listening to their EP.”
- HATTIE LUCAS - Lesbilicious
Big Joanie is a black feminist punk band. We're like The Ronettes filtered through 80s DIY and riot grrrl with a sprinkling of dashikis.
Big Joanie formed to make awesome music but also to create a continuum for black punks by presenting a strong, powerful vision of black womanhood and telling black kids about black punks who came before us. By making black punks more visible we believe we can inspire more young black punks to get involved in punk music more.
We are a band from Exeter, Devon. We are Morgan, Hannah and Lande. We play punk rock. We love Sleater-Kinney and cups of tea and cake and crisps and rats. We are nerds who like words. We used to be Big Words Little Britches but that was too many words.