Musical Mastery: Priests Echo Legendary Female Punk Artists In “Nothing Feels Natural”

Priests have built an empire for the underrepresented by slinging cassettes and vinyl for like-minded female punk artists. Read more »

New Music Monday: Violet Days Achieves Her Childhood Dream On “I’m a Dreamer”

“I’m a Dreamer” chronicles her journey from singing in her bedroom to performing in front of thousands. Read more »

BitchTapes: Freedom

This 4th of July (or Canada Day!) weekend, a mix for getting free from whatever’s holding you back.  Read more »

Lorde Wipes Away Her Teenage Insecurities On “Melodrama”

Lorde used to be the anti-pop pop star, but Melodrama shows her fully embracing the pop star title. Read more »

In Complete Control: SZA’s Album Follows Janet Jackson’s Blueprint

SZA maneuvers in a space carved out by Janet Jackson to control their gender, sexuality, and manifestations of Blackness. Read more »

New Music Monday: The Franklys on Sexism in the Music Industry

The United Kingdom-based rock quartet is using their music to call attention to the ways the music business mistreats women. Read more »

BitchTapes: Body Positive Anthems for the Summer

There’s no such thing as a summer body, and this BitchTape proves it. Read more »

21 Podcasts All Feminists Should Listen To

Podcasts that are worth investing in, especially if you’re a feminist. Read more »

Syd’s “Fin” Proves She’s The Champion of Subtlety

Citing inspiration ranging from Brandy to Justin Bieber’s Journals, Syd imbues Fin with the emotional vulnerability of a confessional Usher ballad on top of boppy hooks reminiscent of SWV. Read more »

New Music Monday: Em & the Fates Subvert the Male Gaze in “Prey”

Em & the Fates have been using a combination of live instrumentation, harmonies, and modern feminist lyrics to build a growing fan base. Read more »