Clash Magazine

Clash Announces Chris Cohen New Self-Titled Album

Chris Cohen is set to release a new self-titled album later this year. The songwriter’s third record is perhaps his most personal yet, informed by dramatic shifts in his family life, and by an inward search for identity.

Coney's Loft

Chris Cohen Announces Self-titled Album And Shares New Track 'Green Eyes'

Chris Cohen announces his new self-titled album to be released March 29th via Captured Tracks. His third solo album was written and recorded in his Lincoln Heights studio and at Tropico Beauties in Glendale, California over the course of the last two years. Cohen would sing melodies into his phone, fleshing them out on piano, then constructing songs around the melodies, and later, adding lyrics and other instrumentation with the help of Katy Davidson (Dear Nora), Luke Csehak(Happy Jawbone Family Band), Zach Phillips, and saxophonist Kasey Knudsen, among others. It is his most straightforward album yet, but it is also the conclusion of an unofficial cycle that began with Overgrown Path.

Aquarium Drunkard

The Aquarium Drunkard Interviews Chris Cohen

“People want a lot,” Chris Cohen sings on “Edit Out,” the second song from his forthcoming self-titled album. It’s a small phrase, economical in its concision. But like all the songs on Chris Cohen, available March 29, those four words contain multitudes.

SoundBlab

Soundblab Previews Chris Cohen Music Video 'Green Eyes'

Check Out Chris Cohen Music Video for ‘Green Eyes’!

Stereogum

Stereogum Premieres Chris Cohen 'Green Eyes' Music Video

For almost two decades, Chris Cohen has quietly had a hand in projects like the Curtains, Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, Deerhoof, and Cass McCombs. But in recent years, the indie rock sideman has stepped into the spotlight and released two bleary solo records — 2012’s debut Overgrown Path and 2016’s As If Apart.

Stereogum

Bikini Kill Reuniting For NYC & LA Shows Later This Year

Bikini Kill are reuniting for a string of shows later this year in New York City and Los Angeles. The lineup will feature the trio of Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, and Kathi Wilcox, along with Erica Dawn Lyle on guitar. It’ll be the first time they’ve played a show since 1997, though last year they briefly reunited to perform one track at a book release party.

Pitchfork

Bikini Kill Announce Reunion Tour

Feminist punk pioneers Bikini Kill will reunite for three shows this spring in New York and L.A. Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, and Kathi Wilcox will be joined by guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle for the shows, replacing guitarist Billy Karren. These will be Bikini Kill’s first full shows since the band broke up in 1997. (In late 2017, Hanna, Vail, and Wilcox played one song together at the Kitchen in New York City, during an event celebrating the release of the 33 1/3 book about the Raincoats by Pitchfork Contributing Editor Jenn Pelly.)

Consequence of Sound

Bikini Kill reunite for first live performances in 20 years

Legendary riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill have announced plans to reunite for trio of live performances in New York City and Los Angeles this spring.

Brooklyn Vegan

Bikini Kill announce NYC & LA reunion shows

Bikini Kill are officially back!

Alternative Press

ALTPRESS: Bikini Kill To Reunite For Select Shows

The riot grrrl powerhouse group is back.

Bad Feeling Magazine

Bikini Kill announce first live dates in over 20 years

Here is a shocker. Riot Grrrl icons Bikini Kill have announced a trio of live dates for 2019, their first shows since 1997.

Exclaim!

​Bikini Kill Reunite for 2019 Live Shows

Iconic riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill disbanded back in 1997, but the group are reuniting for a series of concerts later this year.

FACT

Bikini Kill announces reunion shows in LA and NYC

Girls to the front.

Gothamist

Bikini Kill Will Perform First Full Shows Since 1997, Two In NYC

The uncompromising DIY punk band Bikini Kill, a legendary force of the ‘90s riot grrrl movement, will reunite this spring for three shows.

JamBase

Bikini Kill Announces Reunion Shows

Influential Riot Grrrl act Bikini Kill announced they will reunite for a trio of shows this spring.

KERRANG!

Bikini Kill Announce Reunion Shows

Riot grrrl pioneers Bikini Kill have announced three reunion shows in the United States for spring 2019.

Noisey

Bikini Kill Are Reuniting

Kathleen Hanna, Kathi Wilcox, and Tobi Vail will be joined by guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle for shows in New York and Los Angeles through the late spring.

Punknews

Bikini Kill reunites, announces three shows

Bikini Kill have reunited and announced three shows. Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail, and Kathi Wilcox will be joined by guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle for the shows. These will be the band’s first full shows since 1997.

Punk Rock Theory

Bikini Kill Reunite For Select Shows in NYC and LA

Legendary 90’s Riot Grrrl pioneers, Bikini Kill is thrilled to announce they will be regrouping to play shows in NY and LA this spring. They will perform with their iconic line-up of Kathleen Hanna on vocals, Tobi Vail on drums, and Kathi Wilcox on bass—along with guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle.

Rolling Stone

Bikini Kill to Reunite For First Full Shows Since 1997

Feminist punk pioneers Bikini Kill have announced they will reunite for a handful of dates this spring. The lineup includes singer Kathleen Hanna, drummer Tobi Vail and bassist Kathi Wilcox, along with guitarist Erica Dawn Lyle who replaces guitarist Billy Karren.

Spin

Bikini Kill Announce 2019 Spring Reunion Shows

Legendary riot grrrl innovators Bikini Kill announced they’re playing a handful of shows in Los Angeles and New York City this spring.

Treble

Bikini Kill Announce Reunion Tour Dates

Bikini Kill have announced a handful of reunion shows. The legendary riot grrrl punk band haven’t toured since the late ’90s, though they recently reunited for a 33 1/3 book release party on The Raincoats’ self-titled debut to play one song. However, the band will be playing three shows this year.

Refinery29

Every '80s Song & The Originals That Make Up Sex Education's Soundtrack

Netflix’s latest release, Sex Education, features a mixtape worthy mix of ‘80s and ‘90s hits by bands such as The Psychedelic Furs, a-ha, The Cure, Violent Femmes, and Bikini Kill. Not content to firmly root itself in a soundtrack made up entirely of throwbacks, Sex Education creators worked with songwriter Ezra Furman for the rest of the soundtrack, which is a mix of originals and songs he wrote for his last album, Transangelic Excellence.