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Fea, Creepshow

“Don’t tell me it’s not relevant, Don’t tell me I’m not relevant, cuz I’m still oppressed we’re gettin’ paid less, judged by looks and the way we dress, I don’t wanna bring you down, man, I just want us to meet in the middle!” So shouts vocalist Letty Martinez, as guitarist Aaron Magana and Girl in a Coma drummer Phanie Diaz and bassist Jenn Alva power through the track “Feminazi.” Riot Grrrl, a pop-ish punk-rock genre with heavy feminist lyricism, has been making a steady comeback as of late and San Antonio natives Fea are at the forefront of the movement. The riot grrrls (and boy) will be rocking out at Limelight with Creepshow, a psychobilly punk band in vein of Koffin Kats and Horrorpops.

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  • Limelight

    2718 N St. Mary's, San Antonio Central

    (210) 995-7229; (210) (FAX)

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