Mommy longlegs

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    • Weird Girl Explicit
    • Assholes - EP · 2015
    • Sorority Girls Explicit
    • Life Rips · 2015
    • Assholes
    • Assholes - EP · 2015
    • Call You Out Explicit
    • Try Your Best · 2018
    • Horrorscope
    • Life Rips · 2015
    • Bridezilla Explicit
    • Try Your Best · 2018
    • Bitch Island Explicit
    • Try Your Best · 2018
Sours: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/mommy-long-legs/1360774316

Mommy Longlegs was an elderly humanoid spider villain and a senior member of the Guild of Calamitous Intent. Prior to her death she served as Councilman 11, one of the members of the Council of 13, the overseers of the Guild.

Character Description

Mommy Longlegs was an arachnid-like humanoid with a black-colored body, six arms, red compound eyes, and the red hourglass symbol of a black widow on her chest. She wore what appeared to be a cone-shaped hat over her head along with a transparent cape. Although she sounded quite elderly and even had grandchildren, she had a very shapely and youthful physique.

Character History

Season 3

Mommy Longlegs along with the rest of the Council oversaw the The Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend's trial.

Season 4

She was present when the Council held a trial for Intangible Fancy due to illegally smuggling contraband. She then witnessed fellow councilmen Red Mantle and Dragoon's kidnapping at the hands of Phantom Limb.

Season 5

After the death of Councilmen 4 aka Boggles the Clue Clown, Dr. Phineas Phage was appointed his replacement, and to celebrate the Council wanted to take him out for a party, however Mommy Longlegs could not go as her grandkids were visiting.

Season 6

Mommy Longlegs would make a final appearance in All This and Gargantua-2. She and Dr. Phage would be the first to arrive at a meeting that their Sovereign had called so abruptly. Much to his annoyance, she began speaking what he thought was just "crazy talk". When Dr. Girlfriend arrives, she explains that Mommy Longlegs was speaking the communal language of the colony. She also explained she starts speaking it whenever she senses trouble.

Though no one knew it, Mommy Longlegs' senses weren't wrong. Unknown to the arriving members, the Sovereign had murdered the rest of the council, he most likely saw as a threat. When the Sovereign revealed his plans for Gargantua-2, to Dr. Mrs. The Monarch, Dr. Phage, Monseñor, and Mommy Longlegs, the group quickly refused his plans.

Its then he attempts to kill off the remaining members, by trapping them in their cells and releases a poisonous gas. Monseñor would die quickly, while the remaining three manage to escape with the help of Ward and Watch. However, she was shot down by a Guild Slaughterbot The Sovereign sent out to attack them.

Dr. Mrs. The Monarch seemed very melancholy when she died. She then stated she'd call her colony herself to tell them the news. This could hint they had a friendship of sorts.

Episode Appearances

Season 1

Season 3

Season 4

Season 5

Season 6

Trivia

  • Her name is based on the species of spider-like arachnids colloquially known as Daddy Longlegs, also known as Opiliones/harvestmen/shepherds.
  • Apparently has a home in Phoenix, Arizona, as she telescreened in to the Guild Council conference in Bot Seeks Bot from Phoenix while her grandchildren were visiting.
Sours: https://venturebrothers.fandom.com/wiki/Mommy_Longlegs
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New Music Monday: Mommy Long Legs

A scene from Mommy Long Legs’ beachy music video “Life RIPS.” 

Mommy Long Legs are a chaotic and sparkly spectacle. Onstage, the Seattle-based feminist punk band often sport glitter all over their faces while they scream about yuppie moms and silly sorority girls over crunchy guitar chords. Last week, the band—consisting of Lilly Morlock on vocals and guitar, Cory Budden on drums, Leah Miller on bass, and Melissa Kagerer on guitar—released their new EP, Assholes. It is outlandish, absurd, and short, with only four tracks, but heavy-hitting in its quality and message. In their sparking, spitfire way, Mommy Long Legs’ songs tackle topics like gentrification, gender norms, and catcalling.

With their feminist focus and comedic style, Mommy Long Legs is in good company with other Seattle-based bands like Chastity Belt, Tacocat, and Childbirth. Over the past couple years, numerous excellent explicitly feminist bands have emerged from the Seattle music scene, which was formerly mostly a hub of alternative-bros-with-beards bands. As the male-dominated tech industry spreads across Seattle, feminist activism, art, and music are also flourishing to counter the changing culture.

Mommy Long Legs’ album opens with the title track “Assholes.” The jerks in question here are the tech companies who drive the rapid condo-ization of Seattle. The song begins with fast, dissonant, and dizzying guitar chords, a poppy drum pattern, and the lyrics “You can take your money and put it in your asshole/You can take your condo and put it in your bungalow!” Although the virulent spread of cookie-cutter high-rises in the city is worrying many Seattleites, a bunghole/bungalow reference can’t help but make you smile.  

A standout track on the album is “Weird Girls.” Morlock sings, “Don’t wanna be another Ashley/ don’t wanna count my fucking calories/ I don’t wanna worry about my body” and “I’d rather make out with my TV screen/ then anyone on the football team.” Snarls and shrieks are juxtaposed with airy “oohs and ahs.” Mommy Long Legs reminds me of the cinematic archetype of the high school weird girl—think Nancy Downs in The Craft, Janice Ian in Mean Girls, and Veronica in Heathers. They’re smart, a little vulgar, funny, and brilliantly disobedient.

When I was in high school in Seattle, I was branded as the angry, queer feminist. I graduated from high school in 2014, but even in this more-welcoming modern era, I was called names and constantly interrogated about my sexuality, gender, and my personal beliefs. I was angry, and I had reasons to be. When I was upset about being the odd-one-out in high school, Chastity Belt and Tacocat were the bands I turned to. The music of these fun-loving and yet outspokenly feminist bands resonated deeply with me and helped broaden my perspective. From their songs and shows, I learned that it’s okay to be angry, but it’s also okay to have some fun. I hope that in the future, Mommy Long Legs will be the inspiring soundtrack for a high schooler like me—I can imagine their EP being a vital sonic lifeline for young people angered by all the assholes of the world. 

Emma May is a former Bitch intern and junior at Barnard College studying Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. They like pop punk, zines and comics.

Sours: https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/new-music-monday-mommy-long-legs
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