This 2015 video from England says about itself:
Maid Of Ace performing “Disaster Of Noise” live on BBC Introducing The South 11/4/15.
Video by Mark Richards
Maid of Ace are from the seaside town Hastings. And they are not the only seaside punk girls. Yesterday I heard about three young girls from Dutch North Sea coastal town Noordwijk who had formed a punk band.
Only today I found out on Punkrock History that 28 November seems to be Punk Rock Women´s Day.
A great idea. Ever since the start of punk in 1975-1976, women played important roles.
This video is called Raincoats in Warsaw, Poland, April 1978. A concert which helped to start punk bands in Poland.
Important roles, not just as singers like in most earlier music genres …
Hear singer Siouxsie Sioux with the Banshees in Helter Skelter.
As drummers …
This video from England is called SEX PISSED DOLLS (drummer ANNA KEY) with Ramones song BLITZKRIEG BOP WELLOFEST 16 JULY 2016.
This video from the Netherlands is called Persona Non Data ::: Lola Groningen 2018. With Eva Oling on drums.
As bass players …
This video from London is called THE ADVERTS-LIVE AT THE VORTEX 1977. With bass player Gaye Advert.
… as guitarists …
This video is called L7 – Fast and Frightening (Live at Hellfest 2015). An all-women band from the USA with two guitar players.
… keyboard players, saxophone players …
This video from London in 1977 says about itself:
X-Ray Spex – Oh! Bondage Up Yours! (Live At The Roxy) [Stereo Sync]
Footage of X-Ray Spex live at the Roxy, footage taken from the Don Letts film ‘The Punk Rock Movie’ which I’ve synced to a nice stereo source 😉
With Lora Logic on saxophone.
And violinists ..yes!!
This 2011 video is called The Raincoats – “Fairytale at the Supermarket” live at MOCAD
Vicky on violin in the Raincoats in this 1982 video!!!
Female punks played both in all-women bands, like the Miami Beach Girls in the Netherlands …
And in mixed-gender bands like Dutch band Cheap ´n´ Nasty.
All four songs on their 1981 Covergirl EP were written by bass player-female lead vocalist Terry.
In the various line-ups of Cheap ´n´ Nasty, there were four more women. Raphaelle Devins, formerly in French pioneer all-women punk band the Lou´s, on saxophone. Unfortunately, deceased. Rest in power, Raphaelle! So is Andrea, who played bass in the Miami Beach Girls as well. Rest in power, Andrea! You can see the only moving images of her in this Miami Beach Girls video, of the songs Screwdriver and Angels in hell. With in between an interview with keyboardist Jeanette.
The singer, Ria aka Maria, in the Miami Beach Girls videos also played drums in Cheap ´n´ Nasty if drummer boy Maarten could not play because of secondary school. Fortunately, she is alive. So is Heleen, bass player in the 1981-1982 line-up.
And let us not forget female roadies of punk bands. Like the two 15-year-old schoolgirls who became the road crew of Cheap ´n´ Nasty after being at their first concert, with English bands Crass and Poison Girls. And Annemarie was the driver, driving Cheap ‘n’ Nasty to gigs.
This video from Britain says about itself:
The Culture Show “Girls Will Be Girls” BBC 2 Women in Punk
Documentary about women in Punk Rock with awesome unseen footage. Directed by Martina Hall, presented by Miranda Sawyer (2014)
I do not own any copyrights on this film.
At the height of the punk explosion almost 40 years ago, a handful of women completely redefined what a woman in music could do. Through sheer talent and fearlessness, they pushed themselves on to a male-dominated music scene and became part of a movement that radically changed the cultural landscape.
Along with Siouxsie Sioux, Poly Styrene and Chrissie Hynde, the Slits were among punk’s most important figures and Viv Albertine, their guitarist, has just brought out her memoir ‘Clothes, Clothes, Clothes, Music, Music, Music, Boys, Boys, Boys’ which chronicles her life as part of this revolutionary vanguard.
Miranda Sawyer meets up with Viv Albertine and some of the other key female figures of the era including Chrissie Hynde, The Raincoats, and punk anti-heroine Jordan to look at how they inspired a generation of young women with the notion that anyone could do anything if they wanted to. Plus she explores whether the punk spirit still survives today.
Punk rock women played and play in many countries. Like Japan.
This video is about Japanese all-girl punk band, the Shemones.
This video says about itself:
Women’s Hardcore Punk Festival Shutdown in Indonesia
Lady Fast 2016, a festival of punk music, art and discussions for women in Indonesia, was shut down by the police and members of “Islamic” Hardliner groups on claims that they lacked a permit. Many have speculated that the envelopment of groups such as the Islamic People’s Forum (FUI) and the Islamic Jihad Front (FJI) used intimidation tactics, such as threatening to burn down the venue to force the closure of the event. Nik Zecevic and Jo Ankier further examine the closure of the festival on the Lip News.
And from Italy:
PSYCHORDS – I WANNA LIVE LIKE JOEY RAMONE
HEY YOU! Welcome to the first video release by the punk-rock-girl-power trio Psychords. Directed by MrTeko O’Liax.
About the confederate flag: we recorded this video in a Southern Rock Venue with all USA flags everywhere. We deviate completely from its meaning because it was just a circumstance. As our fans know we’re totally No racist, No fascist, No nazi, No political. We just want to play the music that we love.
Tks and enjoy our music🤘🏻