BitchTapes: March Madness

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Miss Ko. Photo from AsianinNY.

Miss Ko. Photo from AsianinNY

March Madness means different things to different people. For some, it means watching an inordinate amount of college basketball in a very short amount of time. (GO ZAGS.) For others, it means flying to Austin, Texas, watching somewhere between 60-80 bands play in four days, and then sifting through the dozens and dozens of discoveries for new favorites. For me, it means both. But only one of those meanings is easily fit into a mixtape, so here is our final roundup of the best feminist music from SXSW 2017. 

Track List:

1. Annabel Allum - Rich Backgrounds

2. The Dumplings - Technicolor Yawn

3. Elle Exxe - Lie to Me

4. Gurr - Moby Dick

5. The Gift - Big Fish

6. Half Waif - Wave

7. High Up - Two Weeks

8. IDER - Face On

9. Mint Field - Ciudad Satélite

10. Madame Gandhi - The Future is Female

11. Overcoats - Cherry Wine

12. Plush - Sheer Power

13. Pines - Fate

14. The Spook School - Burn Masculinity

15. Joana Serrat - Green Grass

16. Lucia Tachetti - Victoriosa

17. Betty Bonifassi - Rosie

18. Vérité - Somebody Else

19. Kayla Freeman - Fantasy 

by Katie Presley
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Katie Presley is a writer and editor currently based on the East Coast (help, how did this happen??). She's been with Bitch in one form or another since 2010, when she started as a New Media Intern, and most recently served as Bitch's first and only Music Editor, from 2016-2017. Past resume lines include Assistant Producer for All Songs Considered at NPR Music, panelist on Pop Culture Happy Hour, and bylines at NPR and Ms. Katie is also a doula and herbalist, and writes a blog on herbal medicine, "The Herbal Apprentice." She also co-founded the first full-spectrum doula organization in Texas, The Bridge Collective. She is also a late-comer to being a Dog Person, but currently lives with four cats. 

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