Learn about Moxie’s soundtrack
Moxie It is a comedy / drama directed and performed by Amy Poehler Based on the author’s novel Jennifer Matteo. The story centers on the main character, Vivian (Hadley Robinson), an ordinary, somewhat shy teenager, who, like many, seeks to pass unnoticed. However, his attitude changes with the arrival of a new student Lucy (Alicia Pascual Peña), which forces Vivienne to question the sexism and masculinity that occurs every day at her school.
Tired of Classifications One of the nicest girls (and the best chests and backs) is harassment in the hallways. Accompanied by the indifference of the teachers, they push Vivienne to do something about it.
Inspired by the activity of her mother (Amy Buehler), A. Grrrl Riot Control In the 1990s, Vivien decided to release a fan called MoxieWith the aim of condemning everything bad that happens in your school.
Almost without realizing it Moxie Popularity began to increase, and what began as a simple echo of protest, began to turn into a movement in which Vivian and other students gathered to dismantle the toxic culture prevailing in their school.
In addition to an entertaining story with some nuances that focus on social justice, the movie has it Un soundtrack Interesting includes a good selection of rock, punk, and hip-hop bands (made up mainly of women), which help pronounce the main scenes Moxie. Some of the most representative songs are:
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«No comeback »De Yuno
One of the main themes of Moxie’s soundtrack. It’s the first single released by a Jacksonville, Florida native after spending several years producing music from his Bandcamp account. It will eventually be signed by the legendary Sub Pop.
“Grains of salt” de tacocat
It was the first single from my fourth studio album, “This mess is a place(2019) by Seattle Punk, and is distinguished by including feminist themes in its songs.
The “rebel girl” from Bikini was killed
Included on the band’s debut studio album “Whipped pussy(1993) is considered by critics to be one of the best advocates of the Riot Grrrl movement. Also this song in its form One, produced by Joan Jett, Who in addition to the production, will be responsible for playing the guitar in this release.
«Double Dare Ya» Dee Bikini Kill
Be part of the demo album “Revolution Girl Style Now(1991), which was released on cassette and independently in the early 1990s. Then, in 2015, the group was re-released on CD, vinyl and digital by the band’s poster, Bikini Kill Records.
“Fire with fire” from gossip
It appears on their third studio album, “Get in the way of control(2006) led by the band Beth Ditto (Known for her open support to the LGBT community), who with this album would reach # 1 on the popularity charts for the UK Indie genre.
Nokia de Princesse Kitana
It’s track 3 from the album. “1992 Deluxe(2017), which will launch the New York rapper to stardom. This album also ranked 32nd of the best albums of 2017, according to NME magazine.
“Just My Kind” de Jolie ruin
Was included on diskRun fast(2013), who in addition to being the first in the band, was mixed with James Murphy Powered by LCD Soundsystem. In contrast, this is another song where it sounded Kathleen Hanna, A member of The Julie Ruin and Bikini Kill.
“The Big Mouth” by Linda Lindas
A cover made by this teen group for the band Fails, And it was recorded for the Moxie soundtrack. Linda Linda is a group of girls who, despite their young age (between 9 and 15 years old), have a long way to go, The Bikini Kill Concert opened at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
“Warrior” de Ebony Bones
It is the mixture of afro, rock, post-punk and electronics that is the hallmark of the artist. The song is found on their debut album ”Bone my bones(2009), is also part of the EA Sports FIFA 11 video game soundtrack.
“Alala” by Cansei de Ser Sexy (CSS)
Belongs to First self-titled album From the Brazilian independent squad led by Luisa Hanai Matsushita (Lovefoxxx). Although not achieving much success in his country, the album received good reviews from publications such as Uncut (18th place out of the 50 best albums of 2006), NME (place five of the 50 best albums of 2006) and Q (90th place – Eight of the Top 100 Albums of 2006). Additionally, the album will win the PLUG Independent Music Award in the category of Best Punk Album.
“Moxie” is now available on Netflix from March 3, so you can really enjoy these songs and other soundtracks played during the movie.
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