Saturday, March 28, 2020

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Marissa Nadler Announces New LP, ‘Strangers,’ Out May 20 on Sacred Bones

With six albums in 10 years and never a misstep, Marissa Nadler has grown her own perceptive language.” – Pitchfork “Few artists are better for encouraging you to exorcise your own demons, or helping you feel less alone in the...

Enter to Win a Taylor Guitars 114ce!

Enter now for your chance to win a Taylor Guitars 114ce Acoustic Guitar! We’re pleased to partner with Taylor Guitars for our 2015 WiMN membership drive. Enter below for your chance to win, and while you’re at it, please opt...

Malina Moye to Drop New Album ‘Rock & Roll Baby’

Acclaimed lefty guitarist and 2014 She Rocks Award-winner Malina Moye is scheduled to release her much anticipated album Rock & Roll Baby on Tuesday, Oct. 14. The new album features songs produced by GRAMMY nominee Grant Nicholas, and includes a collaboration with...

ASCAP’s 5th Annual Women Behind the Music Series

The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) is celebrating women in the music industry this month with their 5th Annual Women Behind the Music Series! The event kicked off in Hollywood earlier this month, headed to New...

Women Who Rock Exhibit Open at MIM

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix, AZ opened a special exhibit last week called Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power. The exhibit was created by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. It showcases...

Orianthi Talks New Album, Influences with Guitar World Magazine

Famed guitarist and 2013 She Rocks award winner Orianthi was interviewed by Guitar World to talk about her new release, Heaven in this Hell, and about her biggest influences. The 27-year-old Aussie musician said she's always been drawn to blues-rock, and lists...

Lindsey Stirling’s Self-Released Debut Album Sells Over 100,000 Copies

By Pauline France Violinist Lindsey Stirling is celebrating the sale of more than 100,000 copies of her self-titled debut album. Released online in Sept. of 2012, the album merges classical violin with elements of electronic music. The album has reached 81...

Interview with Kaki King

When you sit down to listen to Kaki King’s new release, Glow, you’ll be struck by the pristine recording quality, the crystal-clear tone, the acoustic separation and the compositions that stem from masterful and moving arpeggiations. But it’s when...