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: Dilly Dally Takeover

This week's mix, by guest DJ Katie Monks of alt-rock band Dilly Dally, is all hope, claws, and raw power.  Read more »

Record Scratch: Sexism in Music PR

Sexism in the music industry is pervasive, and it doesn't always look like you'd expect.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Nia Andrews: 'Inside Your Head'

Singer-songwriter Nia Andrews started her career as a backing vocalist for R&B legends. Her new EP, From Here, passes her the limelight.  Read more »

BitchTapes: Middle East on Fire: Queer, Feminist, and Anti- Racist Music from Tel Aviv to Beirut

Queer, Feminist, and Anti-Racist Music from Tel Aviv to Lebanon. Read more »

WOMANPRODUCER Project Celebrates the Women Behind the Music

Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne of The Blow have founded a new multimedia art project and organization, WOMANPRODUCER, to connect and celebrate women who make their own music.  Read more »

Shred Head: "She Shreds" Magazine is Carving Out Space for Women Guitarists

25-year-old Fabi Reyna is dedicated to celebrating female musicians who are often overlooked or discouraged.  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 »

BitchTapes Women In Experimental Music

Writer and musician Jordannah Elizabeth curated a mix to address and rectify the massive underrepresentation of women in experimental music.  Read more »

Music for Every Woman Who's Had to Fight: A New Video from Australian Artist Magnets

Using entirely found footage, Melbourne artist Magnets created a powerful, vengeful video dedicated "to all women that have had to fight."  Read more »

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