Our Most Popular Feminist Mixtapes Ever
We recently celebrated the completion of our 200th free mixtape, put together every week by Bitch staff, contributors, and assorted music-lovers. The mixes highlight the work of mostly female and queer-identified artists, mixing big names and small fries. To mark the occassion of our 200th BitchTape, I looked through the collection of feminist mixtapes and pulled out our 12 most popular mixtapes ever.
The most popular mixtape we've published is... drumroll please...
Keepin' it Tropical(ia)! Contributor Emilly Prado put together this Brazilian psychedelia tape back in 2012. Give it a listen.
Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene: 15 covers of the best country song of all time, back-to-back-to-back.
Electronic Ladyland: Music writer Alley Pezanoski-Browne's mixtapes journeys across the history of women making electronica.
Queen of Hearts: A mix featuring all the hearts from the Feminist Playing Cards project, a deck of cards featuring 56 feminist musicians illustrated by 14 feminist artists.
Feminist Country Hits: A playlist that celebrates "putting the cunt back in country."
Marriage Equality Playlist: A legally awesome mixtape to play at your same-sex wedding, partly curated by DJ Rhienna.
Summer Jams: A dance all-the-time, sing-along, blast-it-all-the-time mix of this summer's hits.
Folksy Summer Ladies: Dreamy indie musicians from this summer's Pickathon roots music fest in Portland.
Swing Songs for a Rainy Day: When the nights get long and cold, the only cure for winter blues is
AFROPUNK Fest: Highlighting musicians from this summer's AFROPUNK fest in Brooklyn.
Maneater: Feminists don't all hate men—but there are plenty of creatures who do. Like sharks, lions, and tigers, for example.
Burger Babes: A collection of women on the epic label Burger Records.
Nice work, team! Browse through all 200 feminist mixtapes for free.
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