Check out the latest new music from some of your favorite artists! I know I am waaay to excited for Wanda. Talk about a legend!
- Jan 15 Nashville, TN @ the Ryman Auditorium
- Jan 18 Nashville, TN @ Third Man Records
- Jan 21 Brooklyn, NY @ Williamsburg Hall Of Music
- Jan 23 Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
- Jan 24 Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre
- Feb 22 Philadelphia, PA @ World Café Live
- Feb 23 Boston, MA @ Royale
- Feb 24 New York, New York @ The Bowery Ballroom
- Feb 25 Washington DC @ 9.30 Club
- Feb 26 Dallas, TX @ The Kessler
- May 1 Indio, CA @ The Stagecoach Festival
Yoko Ono Returns! via Rolling Stone.
The Gossip release’s upcoming tour dates.
Joan Jett talks about the Runaways movie! via Interview Magazine.
Plus! The Runaways soundtrack listing is released!!
More buzz about Marisa Meltzer’s book Girl Power.
If you didn’t have enough reasons to love Lady Gaga and feminism, she is coming out with a line of condoms. All proceeds go to Planned Parenthood. Woot! via MTV. She’ll be in Lollapalooza this year as well! via Spin. Plus, here is her talking about the new tour, via Spin below.
Grass Widow….surfy punk music!
Raquy Danziger rocks the dumbek via Tom Tom Magazine.
Little bit of mod-soul with Janelle Monae.
Civil Rights Musicians finally get paid? via KEXP.
The 88 Best Women of XPN. via XPN.
Our Jukebox Heroine this week: Devin Moore!
Devin is an indie/pop/rock artist from Seattle, WA specializing in eclectic, bright melodies with the right amount of fuzzy tones. Devin stretches her musicality playing various instruments (acoustic, electric guitar, harmonica, keys, loop pedal, ect) along with drummer Marlii Gonsalez. I know how passionate and driven you have to be as a musician to handle so many parts, so kudos to Devin, I do the same with my music. I’m not sure if Devin is into riot grrrl at all, but the music certainly speaks to it. A little bit of Sleater-Kinney and The Gossip mixed in, I think anyways.
Devin’s myspace includes a wide range of tunes, of which my favorite is “Videos.” It has a wonderful sonic build from the whispery intro to the guitar and drums build, back down to a soft outro. It is about missing the opportunity to tell someone that you miss them and want them to be with you. I certainly can relate to that feeling, as I think most can. Likewise, I am totally digging the harmonica (I think that’s what it is) in “I Am Your Boyfriend.” It is unexpected and that’s what makes it so wonderful. Every song is a different journey. No two sound-a-like, and all have wonderful complementary and contrasting music and lyrics that just keep you pressing repeat to hear how it unfolds all over again.
If you want to listen to an artist with variety and a sense of humor that’s just a little bitter-sweet, check out Devin Moore, our latest Jukebox Heroine!