If You’re Feeling Sinister: #13 – Soul Sister, Rebel Girl

08/11/2020
Neil MiltonOla Szkudłapska

If You’re Feeling Sinister this month is all about girls (or grrls). Chiming in with the energy of Poland’s massive street protests that erupted after a ruling outlawing legal abortion in the country, Ola and Neil have prepared an hour’s worth of female-fronted music – from twee pop and riot grrl to post-punk and electronica, with a 60s classic by the Shangri-Las thrown in for good measure. As well as some trivia about toucans and Scottish lo-fi high-fashion. This is a morning show, after all.

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  • 1. Sleater-Kinney – A New Wave (Sub Pop, 2015)
  • 2. Heavenly – Atta Girl (Sarah Records, 1994)
  • 3. Pylon – Crazy (DB Records, 1983)
  • 4. The Julie Ruin – Girls Like Us (Dischord, 2013)
  • 5. Sacred Paws – Nothing (Rock Action, 2017)
  • 6. Kate NV – Lu Na (RVNG Intl., 2020)
  • 7. The Shangri-Las – Hate To Say I Told You So (Scepter Records / Spokane Records, 1964)
  • 8. Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl (Kill Rock Stars, 1992)
  • 9. Au Pairs – It’s Obvious (Human, 1981)
  • 10. CHVRCHES – The Mother We Share (Virgin Records / Goodbye Records, 2013)
  • 11. Le Tigre – TKO (Universal Records, 2004)
  • 12. Talulah Gosh – Don’t Go Away (Constrictor, 1987)
  • 13. Anna Meredith – Nautilus (Moshi Moshi/PIAS, 2012)