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. 

New Music Monday: Lizzo

Born in Houston, now based in Minneapolis, singer/dancer/world dominator Lizzo took Austin by storm during SXSW this year. As far as we're concerned, the world is her stage. All hail queen Lizzo! Read more »

BitchTapes: SXSW 2017 Wrap-up

From a festival of almost 2,500 bands, here are some of the best things we've seen at SXSW music festival this year.  Read more »

New Music Monday: La Dame Blanche

Our SXSW coverage continues with Cuban multi-instrumentalist La Dame Blanche, who blends genres like a painter mixes paint.  Read more »

BitchTapes SXSW Preview

Bitch Media is headed back to the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas for the next week. Here's a sample of what we're most excited about seeing.  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: The Family Way

Singer-songwriter Laura Gibson turned in a thoughtful, multi-faceted playlist for our Family Values issue. Read more »

Popaganda Episode: A Protest is Not a Riot

The movements that have arisen recently to challenge racism and violence in our justice system have created not only discussion and outrage, but a cultural shift. Out of racism and violence and sexism has come creativity: songs, chants, art, policy ideas, creative ways to push back against power... Read more »

BitchTapes: And the Oscar Goes To...

This week's mix highlights Oscar-nominated music composed and/or written by women. Yes, two women wrote the lyrics to the "Rocky" theme song.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Astronautica

A dreamy track from L.A. producer Astronautica disguises a cutting ultimatum in velvet and reverb. Read more »

Reverberations: History and Legacies of Resistance in Black Women’s Music

These acts of transfer, of protesting social conditions and the status quo through music, continue to remain integral to Black women’s survival and protest. Read more »

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