BY ERIN MALYSA
Here are a few reasons you should know Juliana Hatfield: Countless albums. Various bands. A book (2008’s When I Grow Up: A Memoir). And the poignant, bratty, but sweet voice of the ‘90s. The relevance of her guitar work and lyrics has laid the groundwork for some of your favorite female-fronted groups of today. In the ‘90s, she sang about hating her sister and yet wanting to be like her, her song “Spin the Bottle” was on the soundtrack for Reality Bites, and she rebelled against the male-dominated alt-rock scene of the time with strong and unmistakable opinions. Feminist? Yes. But no one puts her in a box. There are no corners in her world. Go listen, reflect and remember.