Fiona Apple is out here doing it. Also: Rep. Ilhan Omar, Angela Davis, and Shea Couleé. Thinking about what it means to be young, Black, and in the Trayvon Martin Generation. The WNBA is back in action. And more!
Where to begin, really, with this emotional juggernaut during one of the most emotionally intense periods of our collective lives?
Can you be involved in pit bull rescues and be straight? Sure, of course you can. I’m just saying.
This playlist is four hours long because you never know how long the carafe will last.
Ericka serves up the best music news from the internet this week.
Rachel’s Team Pick: Preview Fiona Apple’s new album and swoon a little!
Today is a really great day for your ears.
I have 23 words for you.
Metric announce their new record, Fiona Apple and tUnE-yArDs announce their new tour dates, and Sia denounces her pop stardom.
Breaking up isn’t easy, even when it was your idea.
18 songs for survival.
Feel all the feelings.
Were you slightly fearful that 2011 would be filled with vapid pop music created by soulless machines? Me too! I don’t think we have to worry though.
Lilith Fair is officially dunzo. Plus, Glee releasing an album of The Warblers, Jonathan Murray talks 25 years of The Real World, Jodi Picoult’s new novel, Michelle Rodriguez doth protest too much.