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Woman of the Week: Miss Amp

missamp.jpgFrom defending Kate Jackson from the Long Blondes so that even I get a soft spot for her, to proclaiming her love of charity shops and dispatching writers to do a review of the MoonCup, it's not hard to see why I love Miss Amp. As well as running her own website (which has a dedicated section for "sleaze") she writes about music for Plan B magazine, as well as freelancing for a number of other publications.

Miss Amp loves women. Jiggling, messy, confident and always having fun; she interviews über ladies like Cat Power and Kevin Blechdom who make you glad to be a woman. In short, she is the opposite of the Galaxy Bar stereotype of women that would have us believe we're all pining for romance, obsessed with chocolate and could give a damn about what anyone thinks about our hips.

Catch Miss Amp singing for one last night in Shimura Curves at Und Gretel? on Thursday.

Posted by Isabelle O'Carroll on June 8, 2007 in Isabelle O'Carroll, Woman of the Week | Permalink


Miss Amp you are the Brittish answer of Amelie from Montmatre!

would have loved to hear you singing! such a pitty stockholm is so far away.


Posted by: linda | June 14, 2007 3:02 PM

thank you! i'm blushing.

Posted by: AMP | July 8, 2007 4:02 PM

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