Tag: feminism

  • Who Run This Month? 9 Songs of Self-Love, Self-Worth, and Self-Expression

    Who Run This Month? 9 Songs of Self-Love, Self-Worth, and Self-Expression

    For Women’s Month, we put together a collaborative Spotify playlist that our whole community can add to, here are our 9 starter songs.

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  • 6 Crowdfunding Projects that Should Be on Your Radar Right Now

    6 Crowdfunding Projects that Should Be on Your Radar Right Now

    We’ve scoured the internet for music- and audio-based projects in need of funding, to share 6 with you that we’re sure you’re going to love.

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  • Our Top 10 Online Resources for Female Musicians

    Our Top 10 Online Resources for Female Musicians

    Your community is the source of your strength. Here are 10 of our favorite online resources focused on sharing, promoting, and supporting female artists!

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  • WASI Shows Us How to Jump Out of a Plane Like a Girl

    WASI Shows Us How to Jump Out of a Plane Like a Girl

    WASI has been making a name for themselves out in California with their unique blend of dancey pop, crunchy punk, and tons of ‘tude. They’re currently on a national tour to support their new EP, Stranger California, and you can find their tour dates here. On top of all that, WASI organizes an annual festival to celebrate, […]

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  • Latasha Alcindor on Roller Skating in Brooklyn, Song Memoirs, and Feminine Energy

    Latasha Alcindor on Roller Skating in Brooklyn, Song Memoirs, and Feminine Energy

    Welcome back to Soundfly’s weekly interview series, Incorrect Music, curated by guitarist, singer, and composer Lora-Faye Åshuvud (of the band Arthur Moon). In this series, we present intimate conversations with artists who are striving to push the boundaries of their process and craft. Brooklyn’s Latasha Alcindor is a prolific hip-hop, performance, and visual artist who released two full-length albums this […]

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  • Album Histories Monthly: Joan Jett – ‘I Love Rock ‘n Roll’

    Album Histories Monthly: Joan Jett – ‘I Love Rock ‘n Roll’

    Welcome back to our new series on Flypaper, Album Histories Monthly, which brings you the story of a single album each month, in the month that it was originally released. Last month, we covered the Replacements’ 1984 goofball-punk classic, Let It Be. This month:  Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – I Love Rock ‘n Roll Release Date: November 18, 1981 “Looking […]

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  • 5 Fierce Creative Femmes With Swagger That Empowers

    5 Fierce Creative Femmes With Swagger That Empowers

    By Jhoni Jackson Identifying as femme is a revolt against the patriarchy in itself; it is an inherently political act. The prevailing cisgender white heteronormative world in which we’re all prisoners tells us that femininity equals weakness, that no matter your gender, femininity as a quality means you’re less than. Even within the LGBTQIA community […]

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  • Entrepreneurship in Music: Tom Tom Magazine

    Entrepreneurship in Music: Tom Tom Magazine

          Entrepreneurship in Music Series: 010 TOM TOM MAGAZINE Founder and Publisher Mindy Seegal Abovitz Tom Tom is, to the best of my knowledge, the only print magazine in the world focusing solely on women drummers and female drumming culture. It was founded in Brooklyn in 2009, and somehow in this age of dying […]

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RJD2: From Samples to Songs