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Tanaya Winder Wants to Fire You Up

Hurt and pain have to be worked through in order to move forward and find peace.

9 Questions with The Greeting Committee’s Addie Sartino

Addie Sartino on songwriting, role models, and advice for young musicians Read more »

Hell Hath No Fury: The Importance of Black Women’s Rage in Music

Black women’s screams are often purposefully ignored, but channeling that anger in music forces people to pay attention. Read more »

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 »

BitchTapes: 17 Artists You Should Listen to this Summer

Celebrating musicians who are making excellent art on their own terms. Read more »

Folk Songs and Politics: Mélissa Laveaux Remixes Haitian Classics On “Radyo Siwèl”

Mélissa Laveaux is carving out a new space in music where she can ricochet the diasporic sounds of the past. Read more »

BitchTapes: SXSW 2.0

Highlighting some of the best music we heard at SXSW in Austin. Read more »

BitchTapes: Dispatch From SXSW

More than 1500 bands descended on Austin for a hectic six days of showcases. Read more »

Moonrise Nation’s New Album Will Keep You Up At Night

“Glamour Child” is a force to be reckoned with. Read more »

Naomi Wachira’s Soothing Music Is a Form of Resistance

Naomi Wachira knows what the world needs.  Read more »

Anja Kotar Strikes Gold with “How to Be Cool”

The 20-year-old Slovenian pop artist is taking the industry by storm. Read more »

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