Talkhouse Contributing Writer Marissa Paternoster is the singer and guitar player in Screaming Females. You can follow them on Twitter here.
BioScreaming Females is a 3-piece DIY, punk rock 'n roll band from New Brunswick, New Jersey featuring Marissa on vocals and guitar, King Mike on bass, and Jarrett on drums. They are signed to Don Giovanni Records. They've opened for Throwing Muses, The Dead Weather, Arctic Monkeys, and Ted Leo & The Pharmacists, plus have played with Jeff: The Brotherhood, Little Lungs, Cheeky, The Ergs, Shellshag, The Measure (SA), and countless other bands. The band has 7 full-length albums: Baby Teeth, What If Someone Is Watching their T.V.?, Power Move, Castle Talk, Ugly, Rose Mountain and All At Once. Screaming Females also released a collection of songs taken from the band's 7-inch vinyl releases, aptly titled, Singles, as well as a Live Album called Live At The Hideout. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Marissa Paternoster (Screaming Females) discusses the humor and tragic beauty of Remind Me Tomorrow.
Our cartoonist relays a shattering tale of humiliation and shame, as told by the brilliant indie stalwart and former Big Black leader Steve Albini.
It is a great honor to present to you a story eloquently told by my John No and lovingly sketched by yours truly.
This is a story about my friend Sandra. Sandra isn’t her real name. I changed it ‘cause I’m not sure what she’s up to nowadays.