Tag Archives: women who rock

Jessica Rotter
Sonic Motherhood: Reclaiming Your Shine with Singer / Music Creator Jessica Rotter

With lush vocals that warm your heart and fill you soul, Jessica Rotter‘s voice has been echoed all over with her modern folk band JEMS, as well as across multiple platforms including: movies, TV shows and commercials to backing vocals and collaborations with other artists—in addition to her original songs. She has worked with notable […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Holy Wars stuns with powerful, punchy new release “TV Dinner”

Daring dark-pop band Holy Wars can be recognized for their penetrating sound that slaps listeners with a ferocious punch. Their new driving single “TV Dinner” cuts you at the core with its fuzzy, static soundscapes and bold, confident vocals, putting consumer society and misogyny on blast. Kicking the track off by fiercely singing, “don’t turn […]

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Chloe |
Claim Your “Space” With Audrey Nuna’s Latest Single, Signaling More to Come in 2021

When you have had it with everyone and everything, sneak away to spend some time with Audrey Nuna’s latest release “Space”. The first generation Korean-American artist has become known for her advanced flow, with sucker-punch singles like “damn Right” and “Comic Sans,” but “Space” shows her range. The newest cut lacks rapping altogether, instead favoring […]

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Zoe Elaine |
esperanza spalding
esperanza spalding mingles therapeutic practice with music on “TRIANGLE” suite

One of the main focuses of esperanza spalding‘s new Songwrights Apothecary Lab is to incorporate therapeutic practices into the process of songwriting and production: the first fruits of the lab come in the form of the three-song “TRIANGLE” suite composed of songs “formwela 1,” “formwela 2 (feat. Ganavya),” and “formwela 3.” Taking aim at the […]

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Steven Ward |
Sunny War Simple Syrup
Sunny War’s new album Simple Syrup is a bittersweet treat

Folk phenomenon Sunny War is an artist that fervently puts her all into her music. Her songs glide across your ears with a free-flowing radiance that sucks listeners in. Her new album Simple Syrup is aptly titled as it has that same light sweetness. Her innovative 11-track release touches on themes that range from relationships to politics, and those topics […]

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PATREEARCHY jess joy
Premiere: Jess Joy Releases Euphonic New Single and Video “permanent heaven”

Stepping into the forefront of her own solo career, musician, multimedia artist and Louisiana native, Jess Joy finds a striking balance between artistic movement and musical oneness. Joy pens and performs “permanent heaven,” her newest single that while also be featured on her upcoming debut album, ’PATREEARCHY,’ produced by Greg Saunier of Deerhoof, set for […]

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Siiickbrain and Pussy Riot Team Up to Release Electrifying New Single / Video “Power” on Woman Empowerment

Experimental musician Caroline Minor Smith, better known by her alias, Siiickbrain, and protest collective Pussy Riot have teamed up to perform the tooth and nail “f*** the patriarchy” single “Power.” Sung in English and Pussy Riot’s native tongue, Russian, the song is a full throttle thrill ride pushing the power dynamics of men and woman […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
revenge wife
On new single “Manifest,” Revenge Wife is done with trying to conjure a life of wealth and success

Punchy pop singer Revenge Wife is getting fed up with being told to visualize success. To those that say believe and you will achieve she says… “fuck that.” Her latest single “Manifest”, a bubbly anti-capitalist anthem, details the widening wealth gap and her own broke state. Her vibrant vocals soar over retro 90s sound effects and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Shamir
Shamir offers a heart-wrenching and lush cover of “Dsharpg” for Sharon van Etten’s “epic Ten”

Sharon van Etten has tapped the eclectically talented Shamir for her latest single/cover off epic Ten, this time for a visceral rework of the sonorous ballad “Dsharpg” off Etten’s Epic. In keeping with the other singles that have been previewed so far, like IDLES version of “Peace Signs,” the covers are loyal to the raw […]

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Steven Ward |
Crys Matthews
Crys Matthews album ‘Changemakers’ is light at the end of a dark tunnel

Engaging folk-pop artist Crys Matthews like many of us has witnessed the dark side of society and now more than ever, understands her duty in the fight for change. Releasing her new album Changemakers seeped in themes of hope, justice and love, the offering reminds us all that we are not alone in this battle. The stunning […]

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