Close your eyes, make a wish, and blow out the candlelight, if you can have successful sex to this playlist then you’re really in love.
Sometimes, it’s hard to believe that we’re still fighting some of the same fights we had in the 60s. Here’s a herstorical playlist of protest songs to remind us of our revolutionary legacy and to inspire us in our fights today.
I feel like a long-distance relationship is sometimes built on the mountain in-between a memory and a waking dream. Here’s some music from the borderline.
2.5 hours of tunes, because we know how long brunch takes.
There’s a feminist anthem out there for you. Or, rather, in here.
A playlist full of walking-down-the-street-in-your-own-happy-music-video music.
The Lumberjanes are back! This time they have to deal with mysterious forest apes, campers from the near-by boy’s camp and a whole lot more. We also exclusively have the complete, official playlist from this issue!
Hymns for a 3 a.m. waffle brunch situation
Who are the QPOC or POC artists that we bob and weave to on an everyday basis? In the spirit of our A-Camp QPOC group The Speakeasy, here is a Block Party playlist for everyone to enjoy.
Sometimes you think your life is gonna look one way, and then it turns out to actually be another way. Here’s your musical journey from heart-smash to bird-land!
Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean your neverending avalanche of feelings has abated.
Morning is a glorious time. Morning with you weirdos is even better.
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”?
Let’s all talk about our crushes and listen to crush music and pine over dreamboats forever
Won’t you join me in clinging to the past while yearning for the future?
Camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp camp EVERYBODY
“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”
That girl thinks she’s the queen of the neighborhood.
We open with two of the greatest lesbian musical acts of the last two generations and close with three songs clearly selected only because their titles contain the word “diary.” In between, there are some (mostly depressing, strangely folk-y) songs that I like.