Molly Neuman w/ Love or Perish in 2007
|Born||June 18, 1972|
|Origin||Washington, D.C. area|
|Occupation(s)||Independent musician, zinester, band manager, indie label-organizer|
|Labels||Kill Rock Stars, Lookout!, Homestead, Simple Machines, Yoyo Recordings, K, Damaged Goods, Simple Social Graces Discos|
|Associated acts||Bratmobile, The PeeChees, The Frumpies, Love or Perish!|
Molly Neuman (born June 18, 1972) is a drummer, writer and publisher, originally from the Washington, D.C. area who has performed in such influential bands as Bratmobile, The Frumpies, and the PeeChees. She was a pioneer of the early-to-mid '90s riot grrrl movement, penning the zine which coined the phrase in its title. She also co-wrote Girl Germs with Bratmobile singer Allison Wolfe while the two were students at the University of Oregon; that title later became the name of a Bratmobile song.
Neuman co-owned the now-defunct Berkeley-based Lookout! Records with her ex-husband and former PeeChees singer Chris Appelgren and Cathy Bauer, and in 2006 she started her own independent record label called Simple Social Graces Discos and has released records by Les Aus, Campamento Ñec Ñec, Grabba Grabba Tape, Two Tears, Delorean and Love or Perish. She also founded Indivision Management, and has worked as a manager for such artists as The Locust, Ted Leo and The Donnas.
Neuman currently resides in Brooklyn and is Head of Music for Kickstarter. She was previously Director of Label Relations for eMusic, and in 2006 started a band with former PeeChees member Carlos Cañedo called Love or Perish but is no longer in the band.
During high school, Neuman worked for Arizona Representative Mo Udall. In 2009, after graduating from the Chef's Training Program at the Natural Gourmet Institute in New York City, Neuman founded a personal chef, catering and health consulting company focusing on natural and whole foods in Brooklyn called Simple Social Kitchen.
- Studio albums
- Pottymouth (1993) LP/CD/CS (Kill Rock Stars)
- Ladies, Women and Girls (2000) CD/LP, (Lookout! Records)
- Girls Get Busy (2002) CD/LP (Lookout! Records)
- The Real Janelle (1994) LPEP/CDEP (Kill Rock Stars)
- Live albums
- The Peel Session CDEP (Strange Fruit)
- Kiss & Ride 7" (Homestead Records)
- Split 7"
- Tiger Trap/ Bratmobile split 7" (4-Letter Words)
- Heavens to Betsy/ Bratmobile split 7" (K Records)
- Brainiac/ Bratmobile split 7" (12X12)
- Veronica Lake/ Bratmobile split 7" (Simple Machines)
- Compilation albums
- Kill Rock Stars compilation, CD/LP, (Kill Rock Stars)
- A Wonderful Treat compilation cassette
- The Embassy Tapes cassette
- Throw compilation CD (Yoyo Recordings)
- International Pop Underground live LP/CD/CS (K Records)
- Neapolitan Metropolitan boxed 7" set (Simple Machines)
- Teen Beat 100 compilation 7" (Teen Beat)
- Julep compilation LP/CD (Yo Yo)
- Wakefield Vol. 2 V/A CD boxed set (Teen Beat)
- Plea For Peace Take Action compilation CD (Sub City)
- Boys Lie compilation CD (Lookout! Records)
- Yoyo A Go Go 1999 compilation CD (Yoyo Recordings)
- Lookout! Freakout Episode 2 compilation CD (Lookout! Records)
- Songs For Cassavetes compilation CD (Better Looking Records)
- Lookout! Freakout Episode 3 CD (Lookout! Records)
- Turn-On Tune-In Lookout! DVD (Lookout! Records)
With the Frumpies
- Babies & Bunnies (7" EP) KRS213, released 1993-08.
- Eunuch Nights (7" EP) KRS322, released: 1998-09-23.
- Frumpie One-Piece (CD) KRS335, released: 1998-10-23.
- Frumpies Forever (7" EP) KRS366, released: 2000-08-01.
With the PeeChees
|1996||Do The Math||Kill Rock Stars||First album.|
|1997||Games People Play||Kill Rock Stars||Final studio album.|
|1998||Life||Kill Rock Stars||Compilation of singles and compilation tracks. Released post-breakup.|
- Singles and EPs
|1994||Cup of Glory||Kill Rock Stars||"Cheap Fun", "Grease" b/w "Fine Watch".|
|1995||Scented Gum||Lookout! Records||"Genuine Article", "Tea Biscuit to Show" b/w "Olive Oil", "Tom Foolery". Recorded by John Reis and Gar Wood.|
|1996||Love Moods||Rugger Bugger||"New Moscow Woman" b/w "Quadruple Bypass"|
|1996||"Antarticists"||Roxy||b/w "Love Is the Law" cover, originally by The Suburbs.|
|1997||"Sing Like Me (Elliott Smith)"||Damaged Goods||b/w "Other Ice Age". Picture disc|
|1998||"Dallas"||Sub Pop||b/w "If You Don't Know (Now You Know)". Released as part of the label's limited edition "Single of the Month" series|
- Non-album tracks
|1994||Rock Stars Kill||Kill Rock Stars||"Patty Coahuila"||First band release. Compilation of Kill Rock Stars bands that included Rancid, Kathleen Hanna, and Team Dresch.|
|1995||Slice Of Lemon||Lookout! Records/Kill Rock Stars||"Maintenance Free"||Compilation of Lookout! and Kill Rock Stars bands that included Elliott Smith and The Mr. T Experience.|
|1998||Taking A Chance On Chances||Troubleman Unlimited Records||"Second Grade"||Compilation of bands that included Monorchid.|
- "FMC | Policy Summit 2006". Futureofmusic.org. Retrieved 2012-02-23.
- Marcus, Sara (2010). Girls to the Front (1st ed.). Harper. pp. 59–60. ISBN 978-0-06-180636-0.
- "Interviews > Molly Neuman". punkrockacademy.com. 2008-03-26. Retrieved 2012-02-23.
- "Pinhead Gunpowder Play Gilman, Recap." Archived 2008-03-13 at the Wayback Machine, Lookout! Records Web site
- "Molly Neuman on Ted Leo's new album". brooklynvegan. 2006-10-02. Retrieved 2012-02-23.
- "Molly Neuman, Kickstarter's First Head of Music, Explains the Company's Approach to the Industry". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-10-06.
- "Who are these people? at 17 dots". 17dots.com. Retrieved 2012-02-23.
- "Frumpies". Killrockstars.com. Kill Rock Stars. 2012. Retrieved 13 June 2012.
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