Then I met Summer, a junior counselor at the Christian summer camp I went to between sixth and seventh grade. Summer wore a different band shirt almost every day: Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, The Doors, Led Zeppelin. She told me she loved classic rock, and without hesitating, I said “me too.”
If you were a popular band in the late 90s/early 2000s but you never appeared on Charmed, then did you even exist in the first place?
It’s almost time for Autostraddle’s International Meet Me At The Record Store Day. Let’s talk about our favorite albums on vinyl to get ready!
Seriously Carrie Brownstein could tell me to buy her dinner and I’d be like “No problem Carrie Brownstein. I’m a little tight for cash right now but you get that steak tartare.”
Björk wrote you a note about her new album and maybe signed it “Warmthness, Björk.” Let’s start there.
From mounting revolutions to redefining realness, these are 25 women who made waves in the world this year.
***Please note that ***Flawless is not available on Spotify, but if were it would probably be the only song on this playlist.
Excitement over tomorrow’s complete box set release has transformed into a frenzy over a new album and tour.
A listening party for two. Or two hundred.
“One part rage and three parts slumber party.”
Riot showed us what revolution could look like. We had a new concept of what power could be. We could find it within ourselves and in each other — and we didn’t have to ask.
In appreciation of female musicians who play in bands with other female musicians.
From ragged riot grrrl roots to Portlandia, we pay homage to the late, great Sleater-Kinney.
All of the musicians on this list have kissed a girl and liked it.
Mad at a friend, a lover, a boss or even the universe? Listen to this and let it all out!