Let us set the Wayback Machine to planet 1992. Where the women wore the combat boots and the men wore the mascara and fishnets — well, at least Kurt Cobain did. Girls rioted. The glass ceiling on the moshpit was shattered (in hindsight, glass was probably a poor choice for a mosh pit ceiling). And the Lolla first Palooza-ed. LA-based all-girl alt-rockers L7 led the charge of girl-positive rockers like Hole, Babes In Toyland and The Breeders who kicked down the door of the old boys club that was rock n’ roll. Things would never be the same. Fast forward 23 years, and a re-activated L7 is once again stomping on the terra and kicking against the pricks. On the heels of a sold out two-night stand at Irving Plaza in NYC, L7 plays the Trocadero tomorrow night. We have a pair of tickets to give away to some lucky duck Phawker reader. To qualify to win, all you have to do is win the following trivia question: An L7 is antiquated hipster slang meaning what? Send your answer to Phawker66@gmail.com with the magic words BRICKS ARE HEAVY in the subject line. Please include your full name and a mobile number for confirmation. Good luck and godspeed.