Press

On this page we are collecting our very own press archive. It will include any interviews we give and press mentions we get. If you want to give the WLM Music Archive some media coverage, we’d be very happy – please let us know so we can add you to this page!

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In a Guardian Comment Is Free article on 26 June, 2013, Anya Pearson conducts a clever experiment to visually represent the issue of gender inequality in music by editing the posters of ‘some of Britain’s best-loved festivals deleting all the acts with no female members … The results are as striking as they are shocking: blank spaces flood what would otherwise be a crowded list of artists.’ And she provides a link to the archive, as her mother is a member of the much-loved Stepney Sisters. Thank you Anya!

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The Women’s Liberation Music Archive features in The Guardian on Sunday, 11 March 2012 in an article by Alexis Petridis – to read it click here.

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Deborah Withers talks to Jayne Chard from ShoutOut radio on Saturday 9 July 2011 about the WLM Music Archive. With discussions of and excerpts from the music of Ova, The Fabulous Dirt Sisters and Jam Today.

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the girls are  – a UK-based independent online music magazine, celebrating and supporting women in music blogged about us, 2 June 2011. Read all about it here.

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A positive mention of the archive in music magazine The Wire

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Jenny Woolworth has included a post about us on her blog. May 19, 2011.

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Frankie Green talking on ‘Camp Universe City’ on NTS radio, 5 May, 2011.

Thanx to everyone who has tweeted and blogged and posted about and linked to us, much appreciated!

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