who are your favorite female musicians? pic related
Courtney's first two albums with Hole were the best.
she is underrated, noob zoomer "fans" dont count
yeah seriously. pretty on the inside is so underrated.
my favorite thing is debating moids about hole, of course they dont like hole's music its literally for meant for women lol. or they just say she killed Kurt. like idc thats none of my business. she probably had her reasons if she did.
ive never really gotten into Kate bush, where is the best album to start?
lingua ignota is one of my more recent favs. She makes angry music for scorned women. I hope all her exes die
I love Violet. It's the only Hole song I know. I'm bipolar and I get obsessed with it when I'm getting manic. I need to listen to more of their stuff.>>26796
Love Kate Bush. I got into her as a high school kid, haven't listened to her much since then. Definitely need to change that.
I love 10,000 Maniacs and Natalie Merchant. Her music just resonates with me so much.
On the other side of the spectrum I also love L7, they have a rhythm-based take on metal/hard rock that I haven't heard any other band do.
It'll always be her it'll never not be her
Kerli. A lot of her music isn't my style anymore but I still love it, and I really like her as a person.
Courtney Love too ofc Hole was life changing for me.
as a kid I acted like I was "too punk" for Avril but secretly always had a soft spot for her
>nobody's home>tomorrow>my happy ending>I can do better>I'm with you
all certified bangers
I found Natalie Merchant through the aileen wurnous documentary where they use her song Carnival ( I guess it was aileen's favorite song). very disturbing context of course. but such a thoughtful and lovely song
idk much of her music, but walking on air was definitely the freaky girl in middle school anthem
she is so iconic, I really wish her label hadn't fucked her over. They stole so much from us freaky middle school girls by forcing her to do pop music.
Lana Del Rey. I only really started getting into her around late 2019/early 2020 but I'm already a huge fan especially of her early stuff. This is cringe but this is an anonymous imageboards kek so I'll admit it but I've always had this deep inner fantasy about being a model in old Hollywood and she kinda taps into that in a way very few artists have done for me. I like listening to her when I'm in the car or going to sleep since that's when I normally revert into those daydreams anyway
Wuthering Heights pushed me to read the book and watch the movies just so I could expirience the song more
I miss this little rare band a lot too, brazillian girls
i'm lazy and don't feel like image-searching everyone. post the names of the ladies too, as well as their image!
Same kek, I never watched the movies but I read the book because of her song. Amazing song, great book
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lets not forget the queen of weird girls, Bjork
I think it must have been you who turned me on to her. Thank you.
Here's a dark horse pick. Love this tune
They are not very popular, but Warpaint has become one of my favorite bands. Everytime I watch one of their live videos I wish I was in a band with only women
Oh I know them. Heard them twice on Fip, they're great.
Sade is one of my favorite of all time. She's a fantastic and authentic singer with one of the most soothing and fantastic voice I've ever heard, combined with a mesmerizing aura and presence. There's something unique and captivating about her and it shows that she's extremely passionate about music.>>27053
I also read the book because of that song and I'm glad I did
He's a tranny. Sorry to burst your bubble.
Tranny and an incel, absolutely disgusting.
Ick, tranny voices are so so unpleasant to listen to. Grating to the ears.
just looked his lyrics up and they’re so misogynistic holy fuck, he literally admits to being agp in the “i hate my body” one kek>>26806
i respect her as a person but i couldn’t really get into her music, i’m more of a pharmakon/puce mary kinda gal i think. i like harsh noise/death industrial with female vocals
if you want to cringe some more try listening to him live.
News to me>>27433
I like abrasive vocals in punk music
yeah I rather bleach my ears than listen to moids trying to do soft voices its so cringe
I understand you. I do like that tranny's music but I can't find myself listening to it for long. The mysogyny is just too offputting. I wish we had more female punk bands.
Queen Adreena. Idk if it's punk, their music is pretty original, especially entire Taxidermy album. Drink Me album especially has a lot of screaming like Hotel After Show and then quieter sort of singing as well. Her other bands like Daisy Chainsaw, Liar Flower, Ruby Throat and solo Lalleshawi projects are good too, although last 2 are acoustic stuff. KatieJane Garside is also a really interesting and original artist with weird personality/aspergers vibes. Idk if you listen to her interviews you'll see.
The singer behind Queen Adreena had multiple projects, one that I do enjoy is Daisy Chainsaw (her first one).
Hard to pick a single musician though, I go from Anna K (Hanzel & Gretyl) to Daughter, Liz Fraser, Morcheeba and Soap&Skin…
Susanne Sundfør, she's from Norway and produces and writes all her albums. Her voice is absolutely gorgeous, and her album Ten Love Songs has become one of favourites of all time. If you like electronic mixed with orchestral instrumentation it's a must listen>>27164
Love them, their latest album was awesome
Heart! And not just because it was in Guitar Hero!
i discovered this radical feminist punk band called S.C.U.M a while ago and i absolutely love them! you might appreciate them as well. i love female punk bands so much
omg nona! <3 tysm for sharing!!! i'm digging it!
JOJ. I love Jessicka's screams!>>27534>>26788>>26896
Jesca Hoop immediately came to mind.
Vashti Bunyan, Anne Sylvestre, Fiona Apple, Alizée, Kimiko Kasai, Hako Yamasaki, Mylene Farmer, Suzanne Vega, Minako Yoshida, Juliette Armanet, Fairuz…
Oh I forgot Sade!! she's amazing.
I love them too! I have a big crush on 80s Ann Wilson, I wished she was a lesbian for the longest time!
i would do anything for googoosh, so underrated
i will always love amy and how authentic she was
Loreena McKennit, the folk musician. Somehow when I wasn't looking she became honorary colonel of the RCAF.
mitski has my heart, her music is so relatable
Didn't she have cp on her tumblr?
Going through my music today, I just had to share Mrs. jynx. Highly underrated imo.
Check out the rest of this album at least
Joanna Newsom, her lyricism is unmatched
posting her terf anthem to pique your interest, but her other tunes are fun and poignant, a hard line to toe
Mary Travers no doubt
Yes, I love her lyrics and her voice!
She's amazing. I wonder if we'll ever get another album…
It kills me that I will never have an Lana Del Rey ft. Amy Winehouse song
Liz Phair is my favorite, I would say she's the less emotional Fiona Apple for me
how did it take this long to get Juliana Hatfield on the list???
I am about to dump a few! If you like Death Grips or the ILYs you may like Girl Pusher. I love her vocals and their lyrics.
Mommy Long Legs is a really cool upbeat female punk band
Please watch this I’m begging you maybe I’m biased bc I am truly in love with her. I would literally marry her
also: The Go-Go's, the ONLY all-girl group with a Billboard #1 album who wrote their own songs AND played their own instruments
(sad that this is STILL the case over 40 years later)
Oh yes, she's incredible and feels so real. The swelling strings in this always make me teary.
Missy is so talented. Her songs never fail to make me smile.
for heavenly heaviness: the ladies from Whirr (who became the ladies of Camera Shy, King Woman, Miserable)
for hellish heaviness: the ladies from Ludicra (the best of america's original black metal groups)
vashti bunyan. even as an 80 year old her music was incredible. it's so powerfully delicate. no trying to sound badass or cool or counterculture - just bravely vulnerable. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZENTi5XITNU&ab_channel=FatCatRecordsCatalogue
This thread is teeming with good taste. Vashti is so good and I love the story of her rediscovery.
You might like Sibylle Baier too.
Samefagging to post Anne Briggs, another amazing English folk singer.
I love this album by her!! That one "I lost…something…in the hills" song blows my mind.>>29406
I've been obsessed with Anne Briggs (and Bert Jansch/John Renbourn/The Pentangle) for years. Probably my favourite group of artists. I've never actually met anyone IRL who was into them - leave it to CC to have based taste.
Caro Tanghe. I love her voice.>>27576>>27623
I hadn't heard these since I was in college. Thanks.
Jun Togawa has such an amazing vocal range
I love her, I wanted to post a youtube short of her talking about her album but the direct doesn't work with shorts.