BitchTapes: Best Songs of 2017

It has been a terrible year for humanity, but a good year for jams. Read more »

Chastity Belt’s Vulnerability is Its Strength

I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone has an undertow of yearning for connection and overcoming the fear of self-exposure. Read more »

Palehound Finds Its Queer Voice in “A Place I’ll Always Go”

The album chronicles a turbulent year for Ellen Kempner who found love while in the depths of grieving. Read more »

BitchTapes: Christmas Is Here

Saying “happy holidays” does not contribute to a fictitious and ridiculous “war on Christmas.” Read more »

“Ison” is a Vulnerable Exploration of Sevdaliza’s Womanhood

On ISON, Sevda Alizadeh seamlessly shifts shapes to show us her different sides. Read more »

Without A Trace: The Best Missing Persons Podcasts of 2017

I’ve found a strange escapism in the worst hours of other people’s lives. Read more »

BitchTapes: Southern Pride

Celebrating artists who take pride in their Southern heritage and espouse it in their music. Read more »

BitchTapes: Holiday Travel

You can sing along—silently—and keep your head on straight. Read more »

Douchebag Decree: Justin Bieber Does Not Deserve a Grammy for “Despacito”

“Despacito” is the song of the year and that’s entirely due to the creative genius of three people of color and the song’s Puerto Rican roots—not Bieber. Read more »

BitchTapes: World AIDS Day

Every December 1, the world commemorates the lives lost and the progress we’ve made Read more »

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