Evolving Goddess: Manitas Nerviosas Fully Blossoms On “Ilumíname”

In a dangerous time for folks who don’t conform to the norms of the heteropatriarchy, Mou bravely walks onstage as proof that both gender transgression and resistance are more relevant than the fear and hate of the outside world. Read more »

Busting the Boys’ Club: Harlœ’s Leading a Music Revolution

Only six women have been nominated in the Grammys “Producer of the Year” category. Read more »

BitchTapes: Hella Vulnerable

There’s nothing wrong with expressing emotion. Read more »

“Ojos Del Sol” Celebrates Contradictions and Mexican Folklore

Y La Bamba finds their voice swaying and shaking in the in-betweens and unknowns, in the range and sum of experience. Read more »

BitchTapes: What We’re Listening To

Here’s what we’re listening to from coast to coast. Read more »

Austra Calls Out White Supremacy On “Future Politics”

Future Politics reaches into hearts, minds, and bodies, and doesn’t easily let go of any of it. Read more »

The Lana Del Rey Summertime Sadness Syllabus

Study up on some of the witchy singer’s references and inspirations. Read more »

New Frontiers: Japanese Breakfast Takes a Futuristic Turn on “Soft Sounds From Another Planet”

The album sheds light on more earthly topics, including trauma and healing. Read more »

Natural Velvet Disrupts the Whiteness of Rock with “Kristina”

Their sound is very brash, loud, layered, and interpreted as traditionally masculine. Read more »