Music

5 Asian American Writers and Creatives You Should Know for AAPI Awareness Month

This list highlights the innovative work of AAPI writers and creatives who are expanding the limits of representation in literature and pop culture. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Kids Are Alright

New York, D.C., and Los Angeles weren’t the only cities involved in the action. Read more »

Amara Y Mas: Race, Ethnicity, and Afro-Latinx Womanhood

What if we tore down the house that narrows our vision of Latinx identity? Read more »

Sacrificial idols: In J-pop, Teen Dreams Become Nightmares

What’s the cost for J-pop teen stardom? Read more »

BitchTapes: Happy Friday the 13th!

Chills on chills on chills Read more »

BitchTapes: Record-breaking Women in Music History

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

Brooklyn Personified: Young M.A Tells “Herstory”

Despite her controversial themes, Young M.A is a reverb of the cipher, a new rung of New York’s hip-hop greats. Read more »

The Powers That Be: Bold Sexuality Takes Center Stage In “Good Booty”

Ann Powers wants us to think more deeply about race, sex, and music. Read more »

Kate Nash DGAF About Your Agenda

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

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