I Knew You Were Trouble When You Logged In: “The Swift Life” Monetizes and Exploits Fandom

Taylor Swift manipulates a feeling of closeness to deepen fans’ investment. Read more »

“Extra Ordinary” is a Continuation of Black Radical Tradition

Nappy Nina’s debut EP floats in the air between Oakland and Brooklyn. Read more »

“Semper Femina” is Deeply in Love with All Things Women

Semper Femina, is, perhaps more than anything, the work of a consummate professional. Read more »

“Soft Spots” Gives A Fresh Take on Queer Desire and Visibility

Soft Spots is aptly named, with songs about wounds that have possibly healed and grown stronger, but are still tender to touch. Read more »

Bitch Approved: 3 Podcasts Feminists Should Listen To In November

Plug in your headphones and get your life. Read more »

“Loud Women” Is a Feminist Rallying Cry for the Marginalized

“Loud Women!” screams “fuck you!” to the toxic, draining, soul-sucking people and institutions that only serve to drag us into darkness. Read more »

St. Vincent Turns Up The Volume On Herself

After four albums of art rock, this is the one where she’s finally coming for everyone’s hearts and minds. Read more »

BitchTapes: Happy Friday the 13th!

Chills on chills on chills Read more »

“Whiteout Conditions” Lacks Insight and Relevance

In the dark timeline that we’re currently surviving day to day, any music that doesn’t even briefly allude to current events can feel out of touch. Read more »

BitchTapes: Record-breaking Women in Music History

You need this excellent mix of record-breaking women in music history! Read more »

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