Here’s how you can dress like Sia — even if you’re not up for the giant, vision-blocking wigs.
Beyoncé is officially the most-nominated female artist ever, Malala Yousafzai (sort of) and Elizabeth Warren can add “Grammy Nominee” to their resumé and lesbian country singer Brandy Clark earns two nominations.
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.
New tracks drop full of homophobic slurs. Someone needs to get this boy a thesaurus.
Metric announce their new record, Fiona Apple and tUnE-yArDs announce their new tour dates, and Sia denounces her pop stardom.
If you really did take a shot of whiskey for every Autostraddle vote in the Bloggies, you may be looking for something quiet and comforting to listen to this morning.
Here’s the situation: you have a lot of feelings and you have a keyboard or a notebook and your ears are lonely.
Sometimes you are busy, and sometimes you have an insane impossible deadline that’s been building for weeks and then still manages to hit you in the face.
Female fashion trendsetters in the music world! Karmen and Becky have thoughts and feelings about hot girls on guitars and why they’re seriously styln’ and you get to read about it! Lot’s of girls, clothes, and music videos await.
Remember that time I explained the top 10 reasons why I love Sia hard? Here’s my eleventh reason. Today a handful of people with exceptional music taste sent me the link to Sia’s new music video for “You’ve Changed”, a track that will feature on her upcoming album We Are Born. Sia’s music videos are […]
When quirky Australian-born, NY-based singer/songwriter Sia recently returned to her homeland to tour, it was everything Audiostraddle music editor Crystal had hoped for and then so much more. And now, from dating JD Samson to nonsensical tweeting to making sweet music with X-tina: Crystal explains exactly what it is about this goofy singer that she loves so hard.