Bikini Kill on Riot Grrrl movement, remembering Richard Swift

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In this week's Sound & Vision, KEXP talks to Bikini Kill, and to Yuuki Matthews about his side project with the late Richard Swift called Teardrops.
Bikini Kill

Bikini Kill talks about their role in the feminist punk rock, Riot Grrrl movement in the 90s and how some of their songs are still relevant today. Yuuki Matthews of The Shins talks about the side project he’s released called Teardrops. He created the project with the late Richard Swift. Richard Swift was a solo artist, producer and played with The Shins and Black Keys. He died in 2018 from complications from alcoholism.

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