Natural Velvet Disrupts the Whiteness of Rock with “Kristina”

Their sound is very brash, loud, layered, and interpreted as traditionally masculine.

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 »

New Music Moday: Moor Mother

Moor Mother’s music is not for the faint of heart (or ears). If you’re not on her wavelength, get out of her way.  Read more »

BitchTapes: Nevertheless, She Persisted

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

New Music Monday: Mal Devisa: 'Kiid'

It’s nearly impossible to categorize Mal Devisa’s music, but genius doesn’t need a genre.  Read more »

BitchTapes: 2016 Favorites

Bitch Music Editor Katie Presley highlights some of her favorite songs of 2016. Read more »

BitchTapes: Holiday Shmoliday

A mix of non-traditional holiday songs for the end of a non-traditional year.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Tameca Jones: "Hot and Bothered"

In “Hot and Bothered,” Austin soul-pop singer Tameca Jones’s bold, energetic voice illustrates the heady first days of infatuation. Read more »

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