No matter what you like to do to express your own personal brand of Femme, this music will help you get there.
Do you know which former Disney child star wrote the lyric, “If the light is off then it isn’t on”?
Put some music in your ears and some mezcal in your mouth.
Like you needed another excuse to keep listening to Beyoncé.
Let’s all talk about our crushes and listen to crush music and pine over dreamboats forever
Later this year, AOL is putting out over a dozen online reality shows made by and starring a variety of celebrities. One of the most notable is “So Much More,” a show starring Against Me!’s transgender frontwoman Laura Jane Grace.
Won’t you join me in clinging to the past while yearning for the future?
The 90s are still back, the 00s are almost back, and the world keeps turning, churning out more cute chicks with nontraditional haircuts singing about broken hearts and new beginnings.
Camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp EVERYBODY
“I mean, it’s been one paragraph and I’ve already brought up Tegan & Sara so really, I shouldn’t have to write anymore than that, amirite?”
First of all, I don’t care if the festival is at a beach resort, in the middle of a cornfield or on actual Mars, I will never wear white to anything.
My libido / my libido / my libido / my libido / YEAH
“what if grace made a playlist that was done in the persona of a baby bear ending hibernation and coming out of their cave for the first time since winter, would that make this day better”
“I want to stop talking about it completely now and find myself a husband. It’s a true struggle. All the chick flicks that didn’t make sense to me, I now understand – Sex and the City is real!”
“Pump it, crank it, spin it / I’mma get Ani DiFrank for a minute”
After 200+ years of running the American government via several committees of boring old white guys, the Obama administration has finally figured out how to govern this country in a way that makes sense for everybody.
That sound you just heard was the collective gasp of every warm-blooded woman on planet Earth.
Yuna (full name Yunalis Mat Zara’ai) uses a lot of synth instruments in her music to layer with a voice that is so sweet and delicate, but not overly saccharine. You really just can’t help but smile and it doesn’t hurt that she’s super super adorable.
All Swedish people are gifted with the ability to write gloriously catchy, frighteningly on-point songs about having your heart broken, which is slightly disconcerting.
That girl thinks she’s the queen of the neighborhood.