All 35 entries tagged Queer
April 28, 2013
Genesis - The Cinema Show (r)
Armoured Bearcub - In Which Buffy Slays Edward
Christian Kane - LA Song
Andy Hallet - It's Not Easy Being Green
Lesbian Bed Death - I Use My Powers for Evil
The Birthday Massacre - Red Star
Scar Symmetry - The Illusionist (r)
Hellmouth - Tragedy of a City
Future of the Left - Beneath The Waves, An Ocean
The Pretty Reckless - My Medicine
Four Star Mary - Pain
Veruca Salt - Circular Trend
The Breeders - Cannonball
Alabama Shakes - Hold On
Velvet Chain - Strong
Jesus and His Judgemental Father - Kings & Queens
Star Fucking Hipsters - Two Cups of Tea (r)
Oomph! - Augen Auf (r)
Icon of Coil - Regret
Prodigy - Out Of Space (r)
Muse - The 2nd Law - Unsustainable
Garbage - I Think I'm Paranoid
Placebo - Nancy Boy
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Date With The Night
The Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Like You
David Bowie - Suffragette City
Joan Jett - Bad Reputation
T-Rex - Children of the Revolution
Aimee Mann - Pavlov's Bell
Laika - Black Cat Bone (r)
Darling Violetta - Angel Theme (Sanctuary Mix)
Rob Zombie - Living Dead Girl (r)
Curve - Chinese Burn (r)
Alice Cooper - Poison
Dr Horrible OST - Ruth's Horrible Mix
Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
Blondie - One Way Or Another
Black Sabbath - Iron Man (r)
AC/DC - Shoot To Thrill
Amanda Palmer - Runs In The Family (r)
Against Me! - Thrash Unreal
The Clash - I Fought The Law
Hole - Celebrity Skin
R.E.M - Shiny Happy People
Sonny Rhodes - Ballad of Serenity
Greg Edmonson - River's Dance
Firefly OST - Hero of Canton
Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
Nerf Herder - Buffy The Vampire Slayer
BTVS OST - Going Through The Motions
The Automatic - Monster
BTVS OST - I've Got A Theory/Bunnies/If We're Together
Gossip - Standing In The Way of Control
BTVS OST - Under Your Spell
The Police - Everything She Does Is Magic
Reel Big Fish - She Has A Girlfriend Now
BTVS OST - I'll Never Tell
BTVS OST - Mrs
BTVS OST - Rest In Peace
Billy Idol - Rebel Yell
BTVS OST - Dawn's Lament
My Chemical Romance - Teenagers (r)
Arthur Brown - Fire
BTVS OST - What You Feel
Electric Six - Dance Commander
BTVS OST - Standing
Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart
The Who - Behind Blue Eyes
BTVS OST - Under Your Spell (Reprise)
Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name
Journey - Don't Stop Believing
BTVS OST - Walk Through The Fire
Sham 69 - If The Kids Are United
BTVS OST - Something To Sing About
Belinda Carlisle - Heaven Is A Place On Earth
Florence + The Machine - Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) (r)
BTVS OST - Where Do We Go From Here?
Queen - Killer Queen
Europe - The Final Countdown
BTVS OST - What You Feel (Reprise)
The Darkness - I Believe In A Thing Called Love
BTVS OST - The Mustard
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April 25, 2013
Killer Queen returns this weekend after a year's absence!
April 24, 2013
March 21, 2013
Please note: this event will take place within a video-conferencing suite. International contributions via the Internet are encouraged!
9am – 5pm
Monday 29th April
Wolfson Research Exchange, University of Warwick, UK
Abstract submission date: Sunday 24th March
‘Genderqueer’ has come to describe a wide range of gendered identities and experiences during the past couple of decades. Genderqueer books have been published, genderqueer art has been produced, genderqueer events are held. Untold thousands (millions?) of people live genderqueer lives.
However, we believe that ‘genderqueer’ remains under-examined within the academic world. We therefore aim to explore genderqueer lives, identities and experiences from a range of perspectives both within and beyond the academic world.
We invite submissions from a range of disciplines, addressing themes that speak to, relate to, or interact with the concept of ‘genderqueer’. Relevant topics include (but are not limited to):
- intersectionality and identity
- genderqueer intimacies and sexual practices
- genderqueer performance
- genderqueer psychology and therapeutics
- queer(ing) literature(s)
- genderqueer language and communication
- genderqueer geographies and social networks
- genderqueer inequalities
Speakers will be invited to provide an informal presentation for up to 20 minutes.
There will also be an associated evening event in Leamington Spa with a variety of performers.
This is a DIY academic event organised by Dr Lyndsey Moon and Ruth Pearce. To register for the event or submit an abstract (max. 200 words) for consideration, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information: http://mindtheresearchgap.wordpress.com/
February 06, 2013
I'll be speaking at the Centre for the Study of Women and Gender graduate seminar Constructing Gendered Identities next week.
Myself and Kirsty Lohman will present a paper entitled Trans Music Isn't, discussing the findings of a research project we conducted in the summer of 2012. This study explored the intersection of 'trans' identities, musicians' identities and performance events.
Wednesday 13th February
5pm - 7pm
R0.14, Ramphal Building
University of Warwick
August 25, 2012
I’m in a band called Not Right. We’ve been “together” for a little over a year now. I often describe the music we play as “riot grrrl”, because I feel inspired by the ideals and music associated with the term. My bandmates have a somewhat different relationship with “riot grrrl” to me; we’re all pretty cool with this multiplicity of positions.
Bikini Kill’s “Rebel Girl” was the very first song we learned together. At the time, this seemed like a pretty straightforward decision, as it’s a really “easy” piece. But the more I think about it, the more I feel that it’s very interesting that we play this song.
August 24, 2012
I love Bikini Kill. I love the uncompromising power of their music, the feminist rage in their lyrics, their wider political approach. Bikini Kill who inspired me to finally pick up the bass guitar that had sat forlorn in a corner of my room for several years, and Bikini Kill helped me believe that I could make music.
I realise it’s a bit of a cliché, but they’re the band responsible for getting me into riot grrrl, and from there began to explore feminist punk music (including that from contemporary UK bands) more widely.
I wanted to be a riot grrrl too, and was sad that the original movement faded away back in in the mid-1990s, well before I was ever aware of its existence.
However, riot grrrl doesn’t necessarily have the best reputation amongst trans people familiar with its history.
August 21, 2012
Controversy has erupted following the announcement that “bad boy actor” Danny Dyer – a man not shy of advocating violence against women – will be DJing at Manchester Pride. What were the organisers thinking? And what does this booking say about the event itself?