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"With Kathleen Hanna's archive now preserved at NYU's Fales Library, her seminal riot grrrl band Bikini Kill is digging deep to reissue materials from their catalog, in honor of the group's 25th anniversary. And they've launched their own label, Bikini Kill Records, for the occasion.
First up, this fall, Bikini Kill Records will reissue the band's 1992 self-titled EP. The label also plans to release Bikini Kill's original demo tape, which includes previously unreleased material. The band is sifting through their archives to find other rare/unreleased tracks, zines, live takes, photographs, practice tapes, films, videos, flyers, and more, which they plans to share and release via Bikini Kill Records.
Right now, the Bikini Kill discography is streaming and downloadable on Bandcamp, with physical releases to come. Digital albums by Bikini Kill side projects the Casual Dots and the Frumpies are also available, as well as t-shirts."
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