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Ground Control Touring Artists Featured In The New York Times, ‘Rocks Not Dead, Its Ruled By Women’

Ground Control Touring Artists Featured In The New York Times, ‘Rocks Not Dead, Its Ruled By Women’

Posted 09/05/2017

A number of artists represented by Ground Control Touring appear in The New York Times’ feature on women and their prominence in the current rock landscape. Five of the seven artists featured in the round-table conversation, which includes Victoria Ruiz of Downtown Boys; Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz and Sad13; Laetitia Tamko of Vagabon; Tina Halladay of Sheer Mag; and Lindsey Jordan of Snail Mail. The Times also conducted an interview with twin sisters, Katie and Allison Crutchfield, of Waxahatchee and Allison Crutchfield and the Fizz and Swearin.’ The interactive playlist accompanying the pieces includes the previously aforementioned artists as well as, Hop Along, Cayetana, Chastity Belt, Frankie Cosmos, Girlpool, Melkbelly and Japanese Breakfast.

Read the round-table conversation, the interview with the Crutchfield sisters and listen to the interactive playlist.

Related Artists: Downtown Boys, Sheer Mag, Waxahatchee, Sad13, Speedy Ortiz, Snail Mail, Allison Crutchfield and the Fizz, Hop Along, Melkbelly, Vagabon, Cayetana, Chastity Belt, Japanese Breakfast, Girlpool, Frankie Cosmos

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