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L7: Smell The Magic (Glitterhouse)***½

Review by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 6 October 1990

THE FOXCORE tag may have been coined with tongues in cheeks but L7 prove the NWOAB (New Wave Of American Babes) has substance. Their second ...

L7: V is for Vixcore

Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 1 December 1990

Are L7 really Californian white trash bitches from hell or is EVERETT TRUE just having another wet dream? It's best you read on... ...

The Alternative Underground

Report by Ira Robbins, Rolling Stone, 17 October 1991

Bands on the real cutting edge turn out for six-day Washington festival. ...

Nirvana, Sister Double Happiness, L7, Hole: Palace Theater, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 28 October 1991

A Potent 'Rock for Choice' at Palace ...

Grunge Hell

Overview by Keith Cameron, Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 4 January 1992

It's the dawning of a new earache! Jakki Brambles is playing Daisy Chainsaw! Your parents have heard of Nirvana! Geffen are chasing Mudhoney! Madonna's into ...

L7: Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles

Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 14 March 1992

BEWARE the curse of the flying TV camera. LA might be Rock City but tonight its high priestesses of dissolute turbo-grunge are ruefully bemoaning their ...

L7: L's Belles

Interview by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 28 March 1992

Don't be fooled by the lighter side of award-winning (and not-the-female-Nirvana) LA grunge gals L7 – they may delight in the trash aesthetic of Hollywood, ...

L7: University of London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 11 April 1992

L7: THE FIRST artistically-credible female heavy metalists, or rock vixens with more decibels than sense? The question divided the electorate at Thursday's sold out show. ...

L7: Astoria, London

Live Review by Everett True, Melody Maker, May 1992


L7: Maiden LA

Report and Interview by Sally Margaret Joy, Melody Maker, 16 May 1992

To get on L7's shitlist, all you have to do is be a member of the Moral Majority or dis women. To get off the ...

L7: Strip Sleaze Artists

Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 30 May 1992

Ranting, shouting, swearing, spilling conspiracy theories, spitting food in faces — L7, that is, not STEVEN WELLS (for once)! Gag, vom and die laughing as ...

L7: The Paradise, Boston MA

Live Review by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 18 June 1992

L7 — on the go, but in gray zone ...

L7: Babes In Boyland

Interview by Cathi Unsworth, Melody Maker, 29 August 1992

In last week's Great Metal Debate, L7 just couldn't f***en believe there are people out there so moronic that they can't tell these gals from ...

Nirvana: Cobain't That Peculiar

Report and Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 24 April 1993

Last week, Nirvana, L7, The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy and The Breeders staged a massive benefit for Bosnia at San Francisco's Cow Palace. Everett True ...

L7: Old Trout, Windsor

Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 25 June 1994


It's The 'Looza Baby, Why Don't You Kill It?

Report by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 30 July 1994

LOLLAPALOOZA once had the chance to be the greatest rock'n'roll circus the planet had ever seen. But, in spite of the live spectacle of VERVE, ...

L7: Hungry for Stink (Slash)

Review by Eric Weisbard, Spin, August 1994

AFTER LISTENING TO Hungry for Stink long enough to decide I like it, I put on Bricks Are Heavy, which included 'Pretend We're Dead' and ...

Various Artists: Lollapalooza '94, Sam Boyd Stadium University of Nevada Las Vegas July 1,1994

Live Review by Eric Weisbard, Spin, September 1994

THE DIFFERENCE between Lollapalooza 1994 and Lollapolooza Past is that this year Perry Farrell and colleagues decided the music being offered couldn't just be loud, ...

Three Steps to L7

Interview by Ian Watson, Melody Maker, 11 February 1995

L7 used to be the enfants terribles of US rock, all randomly-strewn sanitary towels and gravity-defying knickers. No more! Now they're Yank Grunge's very own ...

L7: L'Amour, Brooklyn NY

Live Review by Evelyn McDonnell, The Village Voice, 28 September 1999

L7 Blow-Up in Brooklyn ...

L7: Manchester University

Live Review by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 13 April 2000

Bad grrls live forever ...


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