BitchTapes: The Ultimate Summer 2017 Playlist

Summer is partially over, but the music’s just beginning. Read more »

Kate Nash DGAF About Your Agenda

“I’m not the cookie-cutter pop star.” Read more »

13 Albums That Will Pull You Through the Summer

Summer is the perfect time to create soundtracks for meaningful memories. 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 »

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 »

New Music Monday: SHEL on Teaching Women How to Be Fearless

SHEL creates soothing music that speaks to common experiences, including being afraid, falling in love, and finding your purpose.  Read more »

Losing Their Flow: A Review of “love and noir”

love and noir has impeccable production, but it’s an atmospheric album without any real breakout tracks. Read more »

New Music Monday: Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm on the Healing Power of Music

Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm is using music to advocate for people who are chronically ill. Read more »

New Music Monday: Carry Illinois

Rebuilding a band after tragedy was the engine propelling indie rock band Carry Illinois’ latest project, and the results are heartbreaking and life-affirming.  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 »

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