Spare Rib magazine issue 046

Description

Sexism in the music industry was exposed in a number of features in Spare Rib. As demand for non-sexist music and bands grew during the 1970s and 80s, more all-women feminist bands emerged. Through its review pages and features, the magazine celebrated and documented the rise of the alternative music scene.

Full title:
Spare Rib magazine issue 046
Published:
May 1976
Publisher:  
Spare Rib Collective
Format:
Magazine
Language:
English
Usage terms

Issue 46 pp 6-8, The Stepney Sisters by Marion Fudger.
Usage terms: © (now) Marion Gilbert Creative Commons Non-Commercial Licence

Photographs by Angela Stewart-Park.
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Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
P.523/344

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Music in Spare Rib

Article by:
Dr D-M Withers
Theme:
Arts and culture

How did women use music to further the feminist revolution of the 1970s and 80s? Deborah Withers, co-founder of the Women’s Liberation Music Archive, explores sexism in the music business and shows how feminists countered this through their music and through feminist music journalism.

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