New York solo act Marlene Mendoza piques interest with her moody, heavy-slanted tunes polished with domineering vocal work. Her…
Montreal singer-songwriter Laraw impresses with her downtempo pop stylings, combining attitude, deft storytelling, and stunning presence. Real name Lara…
Montreal-based Mirabelle – the snappy, sultry pseudonym of singer-songwriter Laurence Hélie – is channelling her inner badass and making…
“Kentucky-Fried Queerdos” GRLwood is a female duo hailing from, you guessed it, Louisville, Kentucky. With their sophomore record I Sold My Soul To The Devil When I Was 12 due August 2nd, Rëj Forester and Karen Ledford discuss their five favourite Women of Rock.
Mistina La Fave, bassist and vocalist of Portland, Oregan’s shoegaze renaissance connoisseurs, The Prids, joins us for our Women of Rock series to curate a list of 5 female-centric groups/artists that have influenced her own musical journey.
London punk-folk band, Skinny Lister, are heading out to the States in a couple of weeks to join Bouncing Souls on tour. Following the completion of their recent UK tour, we spoke to vocalist Lorna Thomas about her favourite female punk rockers.
She’s whipped up one tasty Sad Girl Breakfast with her latest recording but what does it all mean? Lauren Lakis, whose new EP is due this spring via Cavity Search Records, discusses her five fave Women of Rock, and living in the moment.
Fresh off the March 1st release of their fourth full-length, bi/MENTAL, via Rise Records, Mexican garage punkers Le Butcherettes lend us vocalist/guitarist Teri Gender Bender for a Women of Rock session to list five of her current favourite female acts.
Louise Lemón, a riveting, powerful force hot off the released of her new album, A Broken Heart is an Open Heart, out March 15th via Icons Creating Evil Art, joins our Women of Rock ranks with five female-centric acts that helped shape her new record.
With International Women’s Day just behind us, it’s time to honour our Top 5 female pioneering artists, including Poison Ivy, Suzi Quatro, Betty Davis, Goldie and The Gingerbreads and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Northern Ireland’s Jealous of the Birds, aka Naomi Hamilton, joins us fresh off the release of the Wisdom Teeth EP, to list her favourite gender progressive artists as part of our Women of Rock series.
With their new EP, Heart-Shaped Hell, due on February 22nd via ChelseaGirl Records, the Hollywood twosome 8MM give us five female-inclusive groups that they absolutely adore.
Fresh off their newest album, Make Room (out October 19th on Uncool Records), Destroy Boys join us for another Women of Rock installment to give us the five female-inclusive groups they are loving right now.