BY Erina Davidson in Music Stuff on Aug 12, 2011 |
Rockabilly sweetheart Nikki Lane pays homage to old school country in a new video for her song, "Gone, Gone, Gone." The track is off her recently-released EP of the same name, which was co-written and produced by Lewis Pesacov of Fool’s Gold. A little Loretta Lynn and a little Holly Golightly, Nikki brings a cool, modern edge to classic country without the sugary popness of today's country (step aside, Taylor Swift). Nikki's debut LP, Walk of Shame, is set ... Read More
BY niesha sharay in Boob Tube on Aug 12, 2011 |
The brain child of 26 year old producer and writer Issa Rae, The Mis-adventures of Awkward Black Girl is a web show that follows J, a self proclaimed awkward black girl as she navigates through life, love, and work. Tired of not seeing accurate representations of herself on television, Rae rallied a group of friends and college buddies to help produce the first few episodes.
What began this past January as a three minute web show has ... Read More
BY Nikki in Music Stuff on Aug 12, 2011 |
BUST Magazine is giving away a limited edition Washed Out t-shirt! Insound and Delicious Design League teamed up to create a series of high-quality t-shirts for six of their favorite bands. These t-shirts feature original designs by Delicious Design and are only available for sale on Insound.com.Washed Out is the third artist to be featured in this collection. Check out the previous designs: Best Coast and Walkmen. The final three designs will be revealed in ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Aug 12, 2011 |
Oh for F's sake! Yet another post comes out of the woodwork with the same-old same-old, tired-old tired-old idiotic hypothesis. Peg Aloi's HuffPo post, published yesterday, titled "Tough Gals: Do They Still Exist?" basically boils down to the same thing old Henry Higgins asks in My Fair Lady:" Why can't a woman be more like a man?"
Aloi is unhappy that women are "girly" again. Her evidence of contemporary women's girliness is that some of us like cupcakes, ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson in Feminizzle on Aug 12, 2011 |
She was possibly the most badass woman in the history of World War II. One of the most decorated WWII servicewomen, Nancy Wake led 7,000 maquisards - armed resistance fighters - in battles against the Nazis. She rode a bicycle for more than 500 miles through several German checkpoints to replace codes her wireless operator had been forced to destroy in a raid. She even killed an SS sentry with her bare hands - a fatal karate chop - to prevent him from ... Read More