A collection of mostly pop punk songs designed to send you down a rabbit hole of spirited angst.
The new Shakira and Rihanna video got me thinking and I realized something. Rihanna does some gay shit. So I ranked her gayest videos.
This list would be a lot longer if it were lyrics that already apply to me.
Now I have visions of Bey and Angel Haze brunching together and Instagramming it.
Kacey Musgraves’ music is like a ‘You Do You’ you can two-step to.
Maddie and Lauren bring you their feelings about Mary lambert, Macklemore, outfits, Mary Lambert, the music industry, live performances, and Mary Lambert.
Today, the internet gifted us with “Everything is Awesome,” a demented video game synthesizer explosion performed by Canadian wonder-twins Tegan and Sara and their partner in lesbian haircuts, Andy Samberg of the Lonely Island.
When I think about Jenny Schecter, those thoughts are a little dark and a little sad. She is dead now, after all. Therefore this music is a little dark and sad too.
Generally speaking, I only compile new music for you every month or so, but this week I unexpectedly became aware of an unusually large amount of excellent new songs that washed ashore with messages and/or tiny ships cleverly jammed inside.
Sex just happened in my ears and I was really not mad about it because holy Tegan and Sara this was so good.
So far, 2014 is shaping up to be a pretty excellent year for lady musicians and muppets alike.
Everyone Is Gay debuts a compilation album of everyone you love: Mal Blum, Ingrid Michaelson, Allison Weiss, Jenny Owen Youngs, and Gregory and the Hawk, for starters. Did we mention it’s for a great cause?
Espada means sword. Sword means dildo. This video is about wanting to be dildoed. Dildoed is a verb now.
This album matters for reasons beyond the music itself. Haze remains deliberate about sharing an honest, hopeful message.
Sometimes, I like to give you a theme to describe all the glorious new artists I’ve assembled for you; this month, the best I can tell you is that they’re all songs you might want to dance around like a lunatic to. Let’s get to it.
Melissa Laveaux was kind enough to drop by “Almost Famous” to tell us about Paris, her dark inspirations for songwriting and her insanely adorable guinea pig, Mister Gaga.
Many fans had their faith in Ani DiFranco restored today when she finally said “I’m sorry” — while many fans lost faith in much of Ani’s fanbase, who continue insisting she did nothing wrong.
This is a good time, self-reassurance, “you’re about to OWN the new year” kind of party. You got this.
The Spice Girls were, for a really fucking long time, the only women showing me how to live a philosophy I later came to call feminism.
Ani DiFranco was gonna host a songwriting retreat at a plantation! Yup. A PLANTATION. Here’s what happened when her fans found out about that.