Bratmobile was one of the premier -- if not the most erratic and rowdy -- Riot Grrrl bands of that famous movement. The band was first unleashed at the 1991 K Records International Pop Underground Festival in Olympia, Wash. This was the start of a short but influential career: the band's only full-length album, Pottymouth (Kill Rock Stars) clocks in at just under thirty minutes. It's a documentation of a band in raw form, pushing and shoving their songs from start to finish. With its song list of themes covering love and hate, the band fires off its own brand of youthful exuberance. On '94s EP The Real Janelle (Kill Rock Stars), the band improves its musicianship just slightly and delivers nine songs in twelve minutes. Bratmobile's mark on the world was short but significant; they helped guide a burgeoning scene and supplied boundless energy for the fans taking part.