“The telling of stories is a really powerful kind of activism—it allows you to empathize, to put yourself in others’ shoes.”
Female library music composers are traditionally among the most underrepresented among media composers. Mpath, LLC, a music production company based in Los Angeles, is part of a growing movement to change all that.
The self-love vibes Lizzo projects have attracted countless followers. But the feminist is also forthright about her struggles with depression—and fighting off an ever-present fear of not being “enough.”
Last weekend, Newport Folk Festival attendees bore witness to a groundbreaking occasion: the event’s first all-female headlining collaboration.
Robin Ritz’s song and video celebrate the divine feminine—in the women in our lives, in our archetypes and in ourselves.
I am too often asked to recount my career trajectory as an example of female triumph against the stacked odds of a male dominated orchestral field. But frankly, I am tired of waging this battle on traditional grounds.
“I’m so damn free,” she sang, striking a final pose and laughing as neon pink light flooded the stage.
Kinitra Brooks and Kameelah Martin’s new collection adds to a growing list of works that comprise “Beyoncé Studies.”
“I feel I’ve earned my right to choose. You don’t get to play God, man. I do.”
“I’m always trying to find a way to personally not feel disempowered by the structures around me, to get myself undominated by whatever it is—whether its growing up poor, or thinking of myself a certain way. Nobody’s better than anyone. There’s a lot of hierarchical thinking, and women always tend to be up against it.”