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With the Band


Julia Hava & Eliza McLamb

Society & Culture

4.92.3K Ratings

🗓️ 13 September 2023

⏱️ 100 minutes

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In the second part of their rockstar saga, the girlies discuss the unsung heroes of rock’s orbit — the Black musicians of Soul, the groupies who surrounded the stars, and the grrrls who refused to stand for the bullshit. Digressions include the funeral of unenthusiastic Binchtopia ad reads, not falling for the misogynistic hate campaign against Sophie Turner, and some mailbox moments that seem to be straight out of r/ambien.


Indexing of Musical Genres: An Epistemological Perspective by Knut Tore Abrahamsen

Just Around Midnight: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination by Jack Hamilton

The ‘whitewashing’ of Black music: A dark chapter in rock history by Chris Jancelewicz

Pop Stars Aren’t Popping Like They Used To – Do Labels Have a Plan? By Elias Leight

Why Aren’t More Popstars Being Born? By Chris Eggertsen

A Very Black History of Punk Music

Riot Grrrl: Revolutions from within by Jessica Rosenberg and Gitana Garofalo

Riot Grrrl Manifesto

I’m with the Band: Confessions of a Groupie

'I wouldn’t want this for anybody’s daughter': will #MeToo kill off the rock'n'roll groupie?

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We hope you enjoy your stay.


Hi everybody.


Welcome back to Binch Topia.


Hello and welcome back.


I'm Julia Hava.


I'm Eliza McLame.


If you would like to support us on Patreon, by the way you guys, I don't know if we ever


did an official announcement, but we just don't do ads anymore at all.


Because we were really bad at them.


All the ad people could tell that we didn't care and we didn't really, I mean we never


promoted anything that we didn't like.


We rejected like 95% of our ad deals, but it was just not natural for us to do it.


We don't like ads, we don't like selling things to you guys.


And we're really grateful to have all the support on Patreon that makes it possible for


us not to have to do that.


So if you want to support the podcast, Patreon is the best way to do that and to make sure


that our main episodes stay ad-free and that you get all the bonus content and et cetera.


But we're, we tried it and we're like, we're grateful we don't have to do it.


So I mean our manager was just like, please send me the ad, please send me the ad guys.


The ad is do, please send me the ad and we're like, it's just not really my vibe.


And there was like one that I had to do for skin condoms that they sent feedback and


was like, she sounds bored and sad.


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