The festival celebrates women in music production, raises their visibility, and develops a pipeline for girls and young women to get involved behind the scenes as music producers. This 30-minute mixtape is a collection of tracks produced by the women who will headline this year's festival, which is on Saturday, September 28 at Barnard College in NYC!
It's your lucky day! Great, great Olympia indie music label K Records put together this special mixtape for Bitch, featuring a ton of new releases. The mix is a smattering of a little bit of everything from K, brought to a boil and slowly stirred.
Some weeks just make you want to scream. For that special occassion, here is a mix tape of 11 women thrashing through metal songs. Go ahead—turn it up on full volume while you shout your head off this weekend about whateverhas madeyou angry recently.
Earlier this summer, Jay Z invited a small audience of cultural heavies—among them Marina Abranovic, Michael K. Williams, and Jerry Saltz—to a New York gallery for a six-hour performance of his new song "Picasso Baby." It wasn't the first time music and fine art have mingled, and it won't be the last. From the Velvet Underground at Andy Warhol's Factory to Jean-Michael Basquiat's start in the world of grafitti, music and art have been heady, fruitful bedfellows for as long as we know. This week, Kristin Rogers Brown and Andi Zeisler pulled together a selection of their fave songs about art and artists for your listening palette.
It's your lucky day! Brooklyn's Afropunk Fest isn't until the end of this month, but the festival organizers put together this special sneak-peek mixtape for us! Check out the playlist below the cut and put this mixtape on repeat.
This Friday's mixtape is a somewhat eclectic mix of folk and dreamy rock that all flows together for good summer front-porch listenting. All of the bands on the mixtape include women and will be performing this weekend at Portland's Pickathon roots music festival. Enjoy!
What many people think of as quintessentially patriotic songs are by male musicians (like Toby Keith, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson) so we've compiled a mix to celebrate both the Fourth of July and the oh-so-talented female musicians who also have a thing or two to say about the U.S. of A.
It's been a longweek. I know I'm going to be spending Friday afternoon sitting on my front porch, drinking iced tea and blasting some summer jams.
That's exactly why I put together this playlist for y'all of my new favorite summer jams. Most of the songs are new to 2013 and most of the artists are women, but there are a couple awesome dudes and older tunes on there, too. ENJOY!
The history of electronic music arguably starts with the patenting of the theremin in 1928, and Clara Rockmore was there from its inception to champion the instrument as both an important technological and artistic advancement. This mix highlights the brilliant, creative women who make (and made) electronic music and their innovations in techniques, programs, and tools to make new sounds possible. Best with headphones.