Ray of Light: Amy Ray’s New Album Gives Voice to a Rural Resistance

Holler’s bravado doesn’t simplify or glorify country life.

BitchTapes: Weathering the Storm

With global warming, and the constantly changing weather of autumn in mind, this week’s BitchTapes is a big ol’ shout out to Mother Nature. Read more »

Blood on the Tracks: Buffy Sainte-Marie On the Power of Native American Music

“Power in the Blood” is perfect protest music.  Read more »

BitchTapes: Go Back to Bed

It’s a holiday weekend, and the beginning of summer. But it’s ok if all you want to do are listen to these quiet songs and get back under the covers. Read more »

BitchTapes: Even more SXSW Favorites

Our Music Editor Katie Presley was at SXSW Music Fest in Austin last week, and all this month she’s highlighting the best feminist music she discovered in the Lone Star State.  Read more »

BitchTapes: Nevertheless, She Persisted

A mix for women who were warned. Who were given an explanation.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Aurora Nealand

New Orleans composer/musician Aurora Nealand splits her time between bandleading for her traditional ragtime band and making inventive, political art-pop as a solo artist. Read more »

BitchTapes: Holidaze Come-down

Still nursing that holiday burn-out? Use this mix to get back to you.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Top 10 Debuts of 2016

The last New Music Monday of 2016 highlights some of the best new music to come out in the past year.  Read more »

BitchTapes: Women Fighting Pipelines

The Music Director of CFUR radio in British Columbia curated this mix of songs by women who use their platform to protest Big Oil and support water protectors everywhere. Read more »

Loamlands Makes Folk Songs for Punk Hearts

Loamlands, with its ’70s-rock guitar and pastoral imagery, has given Register a platform from which to write songs about queer life and history. Read more »

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