‘It wasn’t until college, when I was introduced to Radiohead and Bjork, that my mind kinda got blown.’
While we celebrate women in music all year round, we’re setting aside this coming weekend (March 24-26) to focus on Women Who Shaped Music.
The music on ‘Terror’ is captivating. It’s complex. It’s beautiful. And hell yeah it’s fun.
“There is nothing I could’ve done in L.A. to top what I’ve done in Colorado. I’ve had the time of my life.”
Rose talks about the formation of Big Richard, as well as her debut album with her band Sound of Honey.
Celebrating the music of Nina Simone on what would have been her 90th birthday.
Mitchell is the third woman to be recognized for this prize from the Library of Congress.
“No Reason” is honest and direct. It moves quickly, but it leaves a lasting impression.
Sa-Roc talks about storytelling, her perspective as a female MC, and the impact of playing Colorado Springs after the Club Q shooting.
“To no longer be the only Black musicians in a group meant there was no need to code-switch – we could be our full selves.”
Ben interviews First Aid Kit about their new album and upcoming tour.
Country queen Nikki Lane talks about the value of taking a break, new songwriting challenges, and working with Josh Homme on new album ‘Denim & Diamonds.’