Razor Braids – Nashville, Again / Buddy Holly

Razor Braids releases “Nashville, Again” today. Brooklyn’s Razor Braids is a queer, all-female/non-binary rock band combing the vulnerable self-awareness of indie rock with dynamic instrumentation anchored in a 90s alternative ethos. Through soaring harmonies and a driving rhythm section the band has honed a magnetic sound that is a testament to the healing power and […]

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The Arts Lead Sheet # 57 – Grants, Jobs, Opportunities, Events

What is the Arts Lead Sheet? It is a resource for finding grants, jobs, opportunities in the arts. It started as an ad-hoc e-mail list a few years. We are now bringing it back as a feature on FEMMUSIC. It is not restricted to music but encompasses all of the arts. Miss something? Look at […]

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The Arts Lead Sheet #52 – Grants, Jobs, Opportunities, Events

What is the Arts Lead Sheet? It is a resource for finding grants, jobs, opportunities in the arts. It started as an ad-hoc e-mail list a few years. We are now bringing it back as a feature on FEMMUSIC. It is not restricted to music but encompasses all of the arts. Miss something? Look at […]

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Alysia Kraft – Hamilton Pool

As winter slowly fades to spring, Alysia Kraft reminds listeners of those glistening moments of warmth and connection under the summer sun. Detailing that whimsical and freeing moment when love finds you, Kraft’s “Hamilton Pool” is a candid indie-pop reflection of the unexpected beauty of life. Kraft explains that the track is “about meeting Staci […]

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Alex The Astronaut – How to Grow A Sunflower Underwater

ALEX THE ASTRONAUT is thrilled to announce her sophomore album How to Grow A Sunflower Underwater, out July 22, 2022 via Nettwerk. The follow up to her widely praised 2020 debut album The Theory Of Absolutely Nothing is an intimate exploration of post-traumatic growth, and a body of work affirming Alex as a truly essential […]

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Grace Cummings 2022 North American Tour

Melbourne-based singer, songwriter, producer and accomplished stage actor Grace Cummings just released her self-produced sophomore album entitled Storm Queen, out now on ATO. The artist will finally hit North America beginning with a line-up of performances and showcases at this year’s SXSW. Following her week in Austin, she’ll hit the road supporting Ezra Furman. Today, […]

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15 Artists to See At SXSW Online 2021

March 14-20, 2021 https://www.sxsw.com/festivals/music/ This year SXSW is online. The line-up is still impressive.  Featured speakers include Queen Latifah, Chiquis, Mark Mothersbaugh, Wyclef Jean, Andrew Bird, Mary J. Blige, Carole King, Demi Lovato to name a few. Showcasing artists come range from K-Pop, punk rock, rap and more. Here are some of our recommendations. Awich […]

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I Started the Marathon Out of Breath

Letter From The Editor     Welcome to Women’s History Month. For FEMMUSIC, it is just another month.  February flew by so quickly I felt like I was constantly trying to catch up. Now the marathon begins. SXSW starts in 2 weeks. You will find some SXSW artists featured this month as we work towards […]

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Showcases to See at SXSW 2017 – PURR Moods

Showcases to See at SXSW 2017 PURR Moods: An Official SXSW Showcase March 14, 2017 – The Sidewinder -7pm-2am   Presented by Riot Act Media + Father/Daughter Records – http://riotactmedia.com & http://www.fatherdaughterrecords.com/   This showcase includes everything from feminist punk to dreampop. Artists performing include:   Pill – http://pillpop.cool/ Hiccup – https://www.facebook.com/HelloHiccup Forth Wanderers – […]

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SXSW 2016

Tuesday-Sunday March 15, 2016 – Austin, TX – www.sxsw.com ARTISTS This year’s SXSW includes a number of faces we’ve seen before including: Diet Cig, Dana Falconberry, Chinah, Powers, Slothruth, Pure Bathing Culture, Moving Panoramas, Oh Pep!, and recently signed to Charli XCX’s label, RIVRS. FEMMUSIC does not like to tread on familiar ground, so we give […]

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SXSW

Words from the Editor’s Desk March is the BIG month in the entertainment industry. March is when the recording that happened during the Fall/Winter is revealed. It is also SXSW.                 In the 15 years I’ve done FEMMUSIC, I’ve never gone. In many ways I don’t need to. The artists going to and from Austin […]

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