Reversing Muses: Women, Music, and Podcasts

Two recent podcasts have featured iconic female musicians in conversation with each other about representation in the music industry.  Read more »

G.L.O.S.S. and the Unbearable Weightiness of Success

Days after announcing their choice to turn down a lucrative record deal, queer-centric Olympia punk band G.L.O.S.S has annoucned their breakup.  Read more »

Girls [Stay] Living Outside Society’s Sh*t: Olympia Punks Turn Down $50,000 Record Deal

What this band is doing with this announcement, and what they’ve been doing musically since their inception, is acting radically. Read more »

New Music Monday: The Menstruators

The raw LA punk band sings unapologetic feminist songs.  Read more »

Alynda Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff Is Writing A Whole Album About Gentrification

The musician talks about approaching politics, race, and identity in her music.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Dream Nails

Four “feminist punk witches” who live in North London make up this feisty band.  Read more »

Sex, Struggle, and Mac-n-Cheese: Sex Stains Reminds Us Why We Love Punk

The new female-fronted band sings about mansplaining and misogyny with merciless energy. Read more »

New EP "Trans Day of Revenge" Is Pure Political Punk

Olympia band G.L.O.S.S. hit hard with their raw new EP. Read more »

New Album "Hit Reset" Is Kathleen Hanna’s Most Honest Work Yet

The Julie Ruin's second album comes out this week, riffing on the feminism that Hanna has championed since early riot grrrl days. Read more »

Mitski’s New Album “Puberty 2” Hits All the Sad, Sweet Spots

The 25-year-old biracial punk poet’s raw voice and fuzzy guitar guide listeners through the low times. Read more »