Category: Women in Music

“Flamingo is about trying to hold hope and hopelessness together” : Interview with Olympia.

Something exciting has been quietly happening in this country to music that now it seems almost impossible to keep a […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Like The Way I Do’ by Melissa Etheridge.

Earlier this year back in April Melissa Etheridge released her new album The Medicine Show. It is incredibly the rock […]

On my stereo this week: Diana Rein’s ‘Queen of My Castle’.

Originally hailing from Chicago, but now based in Southern California, the blues has been embedded in Diana Rein’s DNA since […]

Interview: Anna Tivel talks about her stunning new album The Question.

Portland-based Anna Tivel just might be the most honest musician I have come across in recent years. Her gentle acoustic […]

Interview with Claire Anne Taylor.

I have a colourful wildly imaginative image of Claire Anne Taylor running and playing games as a child immersed in […]

Interview with Nashville’s newest rising star, Ivory Layne.

I am generally really fond of music artists who are brutally honest about their songwriting and what inspires them. That […]

Interview with Joan as Police Woman.

In the past I’ve often felt alone in my admiration for Joan as Police Woman. It seems like a weird […]

Interview: Jessica Hottman on her new Sun Cycles project and debut single ‘Kids’.

Omaha frontwoman Jessica Hottman of The Hottman Sisters has undergone something of a transformation since we last touched base with […]

Songs in the key of Liza.

Earlier this year a friend reached out to me suggesting I should listen to the ‘world-weary’ album Momentary Glance by […]

Interview: Whitney Tai and her dream pop world.

Dream Pop sensation Whitney Tai has shared her music, some of her story and ideas in conversation with music enthusiasts […]