Alex Blaze

Queer music Friday - Limp Wrist

Filed By Alex Blaze | January 11, 2008 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: Limp Wrist, queer music, Queercore

Here's queercore band Limp Wrist's "I love hardcore boys/I love boys hardcore" (sound quality isn't that great, but you can find better recordings at Limp Wrist's MySpace page):

There's an entire mini-documentary on Queercore with interview footage from the band, after the jump.

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That was FuN

I have heard BikiniKill They rock...
Dangerous..
They are a self esteem builder..
If they can sing so can I :)

Okay back to some mainstream stuff.
I am going to listen to the Donnas and break some glass.

Take care
Sue

OK, i just watched that documentary. Yes I post video without watching it fully.

Beth Ditto was so young!

I can't believe that a documentary about American queercore music started with a Belle and Sebastian song in the background, though. That made little sense.

Musically Speaking I will try anything once

Just recently came across Ketamine Sons
from Northern Ireland. Very cool music.

I was involved a little with experimental
music in college it was very interesting.
Even if 75% of it is pure crap intended to burn grant money. I love the old stuff most of the names i cannot spell I do love John Cage and David Tutor. I ran an electronic music lab for a year and taught students how to make the best use of the equipment.

I really miss those days....
31 years ago.