Sites that are not in English should be submitted to the appropriate category under World.Sites of punk bands and artists.
Please note: this is for publications that have an English language version. If your magazine/e-zine is in a language other than English (as has no alternative version in English), please submit it to the appropriate area of World. Also, please submit your site under the correct alphabetical letter as it will make editing your submission faster. Thank you.For online (e-zine) and offline (paper) magazines dealing with punk music and those who make it.
The main focus of your web page should be about Oi! and street punk music (without political deviations from the original subculture).Websites about Oi! and street punk music (without political deviations from the original subculture).
Please, submit photo pages and galleries of punk bands (and all the subgenres) and/or photos of punk people here.A place for picture galleries of punk bands and punk rockers.
If you are submitting a punk, hardcore, oi, indie scene that is more specific to a state or city, please submit it in a subcategory if one is available. Also, if your scene is not in North America consider submitting your site to either http://www.dmoz.org/World category (for non-English sites) or http://www.dmoz.org/Arts/Music/Styles/Rock/Punk/Regional (for English sites only, please).There is currently no description created for this category.
The category for all Riotgrrrl sites... ...chapters...zines...distros...projects...networking... BUT not band sites! - please put them in the appropriate category!Modern riot Grrrl is essentially a feminist, anti-racist/homophobic/judgemental and DIY/activist movement. However, you will probably find that there are as many views on Riotgrrrl as there are riotgrrrls. It all started as an underground feminist movement, which created a feminist form of musical expression. Starting in the late 1980s, it reached its peak (of media attention) in 1992. Because of the medias distorted reflections of riotgrrrl (see the early 90s 'Girl Power' debacle) the movement has more recently drawn back from the media and now exists as an international subculture network. nb//Riot Grrrl is a non-commercial movement. Sites of small DIY businesses are okay, but sites of money grubbers will be rejected.