Robyn is Launching a Tech Festival for Young Women

Robyn is the boss of so many things — sing-rapping, electronica, dancing amazingly in platform shoes — and now… Read More

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124 Songs You Need to Hear Before 2014 Ends

Music is personal. It’s something that I’m never more aware of than I am at the end of every year, when best-of lists dominate the coverage at cultural publications, but the idea of “best” is one that I’ve never quite been comfortable with. It seems too objective to take into account personal taste, not to mention the reality that there’s too much music out there for even the most ambitious listener to have heard everything, or even close to everything. So let’s not use the word “best.” Instead, here are 124 songs released in 2014 that I would recommend to any music lover. Its goal is to highlight not only the year’s biggest hits, both commercially and critically, but also songs that commented on what happened in our world this year, and songs you may not have heard but that you’ll hopefully love as much as we… Read More

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25 of Music’s Most Misandrist Anthems

Yesterday, we brought you a playlist of 25 of the most misogynistic songs in music’s long history of misogynistic songs. It seems only fair that we pair it with a playlist of 25 misandrist anthems, but the truth is, the tone is totally different. When men bash women (intentionally or inadvertently), it can easily seem like an unnecessary declaration of further disrespect to womankind. When women hate men, it often feels like they’re fighting the patriarchy following thousands of years of oppression. Sometimes the language is extreme, and that’s part of what qualifies these songs as misandrist anthems instead of mere female empowerment tracks — a line Beyoncé walks from time to time.… Read More

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Robyn and Kindness’ Kind “Who do You Love” Video Features the Musicians’ Loved Ones

It would make sense that a musician whose stage name is Kindness (real name Adam Bainbridge, whose work has… Read More

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Robyn Is on Postal Stamps and Micropenises Are Still Worthy of Long Articles: Links You Need to See

The scene today in New York City is a bleak one, gloomy and cold and windy to boot, the stone facades of the old downtown buildings stained dark from the torrents of rain. It’s cause for introspection, self-analysis, and, of course, reading. Maybe even reading about micropenises. … Read More

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The 5 Best New Songs We Heard This Week: Strand of Oaks, Royksopp & Robyn

As we head into the big holiday weekend, I had my mind on upbeat new tunes this week. But besides Vic Mensa’s “Down On My Luck” still being in my personal rotation weeks after its release, I ended up gravitating more towards moody music than hedonistic bangers. Even the Royksopp and Robyn track I highlight here is a sensual downer. … Read More

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