Blog entries categorized as “miss geo”
Social Stance Saturday: What is Feminism? (by Miss Geo) by Bri
Does music provoke you? Does it help you form thoughts about yourself and society? Boston- based indie-electronic pop group, Miss Geo, have an amazing Social Stance blog post that explores the ideas of feminism in music and how their own identities as musicians are formed, and the ways the word "feminism" is changed by society. Read more now, and get inspired by these powerful women who are rising above societal norms and breaking stereotypes, all while being talented, working musicians.
GLG October Monthly Playlist: Bitch Media- Bitch's Brew by Bri
We've heard through the grapevine that girls just wanna have fun, and we have the playlist to prove it. Listen to our October playlist, "Bitch's Brew" which is inspired by the feminist magazine, Bitch Media. Along with sugar, spice, and everything nice, the girl power is the main ingredient in this bitch's brew because this is an all-female/ female-fronted playlist including artists like: Brandi Carlile, Pvris, and Indigo Girls. Needless to say, this playlist is bitchin'!This article appears in the GLG Monthly Playlist blog.
Bitch Media Features Miss Geo on New Music Monday by Lauren
Miss Geo's "Techno Entry" is highlighed alongside their recent album release, Connection, on Bitch Media.
Miss Geo Releases “Miles From Home” Video by Paul Corsi
Miss Geo Releases “Miles From Home” Video
off upcoming Album Connection, due out September 16
Miss Geo Announces September 16 Connection Album Release by Paul Corsi
Miss Geo Announces September 16 Connection Album Release
Offers First Single, “Sea In Between” as Downloadable MP3
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