Articles about 'Music'

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: part three

The F-Word's third set of reviews from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe covering comedy and theatre

Various Authors // 16 August 2018

Categories: Comedy, Reviews, Theatre

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: part two

The F-Word’s second set of reviews from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe covering comedy and theatre

Various Authors // 14 August 2018

Categories: Comedy, Reviews, Theatre

A whirlwind of creativity

Cazz Blase is completely undone by the new Florence + The Machine album, High As Hope

Cazz Blase // 19 July 2018

Categories: Books, Music, Reviews

Sassy as

Tami Neilson makes sassy, 1950s-inspired music for the modern age. Cazz Blase is impressed

Cazz Blase // 10 June 2018

Categories: Music, Reviews

The endurance factor

Cazz Blase is drawn to Tancred’s new album and its bewitching array of catchy indie rock tunes

Cazz Blase // 1 June 2018

Categories: Music, Reviews

Say it loud, sing it loud

Victoria Bailey meets Cassie Fox of music promoters Loud Women, a group dedicated to supporting women in music

Victoria Bailey // 25 May 2018

Categories: Activism, Culture and Media, Features, Feminism, Herstory, Interviews, Music

Blindfold

Wedaeli Chibelushi meets musician Marie Naffah whose project Blindfold provides a platform for blind and partially sighted musicians and their experiences

Wedaeli Chibelushi // 19 May 2018

Categories: Culture and Media, Family, Features, Music

The F-Word stage blog: April 2018

The F-Word's round-up of what's happening in the world of comedy and theatre in April

Lissy Lovett // 24 April 2018

Categories: Blog

“Our mission is to promote and develop African and Caribbean creative talent in its widest sense”

The F-Word interviews Anna Coombs of Tangle Theatre

Emily Holyoake // 3 March 2018

Categories: Culture and Media, Features

Listen without prejudice?

Joanna Whitehead reviews Under My Thumb: Songs That Hate Women And The Women Who Love Them, a collection of essays exploring misogyny in music

Joanna Whitehead // 22 January 2018

Categories: Books, Reviews

“And I can stay as long as I like, ‘cos no one’s calling me to come back inside”

Honeyblood rock Manchester

Cazz Blase // 8 January 2018

Categories: Music, Reviews

A British girlhood made of bricks: how Kate Nash’s debut album was a friend to teenage girls

Sarah Wilson revisits the messy hinterland of Kate Nash’s debut album and examines its legacy, both for the young girls who grew up with it and for Nash

Sarah Wilson // 9 September 2017

Categories: Feminism, Music, Reviews, Sex and Relationships

The F-Word August music playlist

The F-Word playlist returns in fierce mood this August

Cazz Blase // 25 August 2017

Categories: Blog

Edinburgh Festival Fringe: part three

Here are The F-Word’s third set of reviews of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe covering comedy and theatre

Various Authors // 18 August 2017

Categories: Comedy, Music, Reviews, Theatre

“Everybody that comes here is here for a reason, whether you know it or not”

Jo Whitehead talks to the inspirational Zahra Haji Fath Ali Tehrani, director of Oxford’s Young Women’s Music Project, about getting involved in music, sexism in the music industry and maintaining a safe and creative space for the young women of Oxfordshire

Joanna Whitehead // 11 August 2017

Categories: Activism, Culture and Media, Education, Features, Feminism, Interviews

Reality beats

Cazz Blase reviews Off The Radar, the very timely debut album from political electronic artist Noga Erez

Cazz Blase // 6 August 2017

Categories: Music, Reviews

“We would die for our activism”

Joanna Whitehead grills “London’s most badass scream queens”, Skinny Girl Diet

Joanna Whitehead // 9 July 2017

Categories: Culture and Media, Features, Interviews

Women and music festivals, again…

Cazz Blase argues that we need to seriously reconsider the pulling power of women performers at festivals

Cazz Blase // 30 June 2017

Categories: Culture and Media, Features

An upbeat, upward trajectory

The recent release of Octo Octa’s latest album 'Where Are We Going?' leaves Joanna Whitehead in no confusion that the only way is up for Maya Morrison-Bouldry

Joanna Whitehead // 14 June 2017

Categories: Features, Interviews

Singing the unsayable

New York folkatronic duo, Overcoats, and their dark and sweet anthems for living captivate Cazz Blase

Cazz Blase // 7 June 2017

Categories: Music, Reviews

Spring 2017 playlist

Spring 2017 playlist, for your listening pleasure

Joanna Whitehead // 2 April 2017

Categories: Blog

#takehername

Musician Sula Mae encourages us all to support women in music this International Women’s Day

Sula Mae // 22 February 2017

Categories: Activism, Culture and Media

Punk’s pioneer

Jo Whitehead is struck by the brutal honesty in Laura Jane Grace’s moving account of being raised as a boy, navigating adulthood as an angry radical and then transitioning while fronting international anarchist punk band, Against Me!

Joanna Whitehead // 11 February 2017

Categories: Books, Reviews

Winter 2017 playlist

Some tunes, new and old, to brighten your day

Joanna Whitehead // 6 January 2017

Categories: Blog

Review: Loud Women – The Nyx, The Baby Seals, IV, Guttfull

Ngaire Ruth reviews bands The Nyx, The Baby Seals, IV and Guttfull, as part of a Loud Women music event

Guest Blogger // 14 December 2016

Categories: Blog

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