Playing tracks by
Nadia Boulanger, Ethel Smyth, Annea Lockwood, Ruth Crawford Seeger, Miriam Gideon and more.
This show was 63rd in the global experimental chart.
It was a rainy Saturday morning, I was sitting in the same place for the past four hours, waiting for. My ex called. With a voice clearly struggling to be heard, she spoke of last night at the Club Monokel (named by the famous parisian Le Monocle, which was home to tuxedo butch and silk femme lesbians in 1920s). She spoke of who was there, who was not and why, who was nice and who was giving the mean look. Apparently, it was just another night at the club. I said I barely knew any names she was mentioning, for new generations have entered and they are ready to continue the discursive destruction of what was once called a lesbian scene in Ljubljana, and I do not know their names. We concluded that I surely know the protagonists, at least by knowing some other ones. “It is all connected, you know it is” she said. It made me think of another similar conversation that took place some years ago. Continue reading: http://ninadragicevic.com/progressive-women-vol-2-english-version/