Ladies, Women & Girls


Hot Damn! Bratmobile is back. Erin, Allison, and Molly have put some of their other projects on hold to put out a new album. These girls have come a long way from the raw sounds of Pottymouth and The Real Janelle. Contemporaries and former label mates of Riot Grrrl legends Bikini Kill, Excuse 17, and Heavens to Betsy, Bratmobile has forged a place in fans’; hearts. Ladies, Women & Girls features a smoother, tighter sound than Bratmobile may be known for, but their wicked sense of humor is very much intact. Fun songs like “Eating Toothpaste” and “Cheap Trick Record” make this new Bratmobile record worthy of the name.

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