Women In Music: Jamie Billoti on mutuals Agency

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Jaime Bilotti is known for elevating the voices of fangirls everywhere with Fan To Band, and now with mutuals Agency she aims to further that initial mission and change the marketing game while she’s at it. We caught up with her to talk about her new venture and the challenges she’s faced.  Hi Jaime!! So glad to catch up!!! What …

Artist To Watch: Chloe Berry On Unbecoming

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Chloe Berry’s song “Unbecoming” first caught my attention on TikTok, it just has so much emotion and I feel like the song tackles a subject we don’t hear enough about, nostalgia for your past self. I talked to Chloe about her songwriting process and the challenges she’s faced in her career. How did you get started in music? Chloe Berry: …

Zolita: We’re Having A Queer Renaissance In Pop Music

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Zolita’s song “Somebody I Fucked Once” was all over my fyp when it came out and for good reason. It’s anthemic and earwormy and the matching visuals bring to mind 2000’s teen movies in the best way. We talked to her about her stunning visuals, her favorite Lady Gaga video, and dealing with imposter syndrome. How did you get started …

Pablo The Don Is Taking Over The Music Industry

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Pablo The Don dominates our fyp and I wouldn’t have it any other way. They’ve carved out a space for Black and Queer voices on the app talking all things music and their new podcast The Back Catalog details the careers of musicians you need to know and the ones you already love. We talked to Pablo about the podcast, …

Bailey Baum Is So Over It

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Bailey Baum’s new EP “Over It” is the perfect soundtrack to those growing pains of early adulthood. Your unpredictable struggles of heartbreak and friendship in your 20s and not knowing exactly where you’ll land. Her angelic voice and soft melodies are the perfect inner monologue. We talked to her about the new music and trusting the process. Bailey! How did …

One Direction Could Never Happen Again

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Over the weekend, I was at my friend’s house, and we started watching old One Direction videos. From their time at X-Factor to their music videos, they were really selling us this idyllic group, and I’m sure this couldn’t be replicated today for a lot of reasons. It’s too wholesome These boys delivered charisma, and they did it well. The …

We Need To Talk About Motherhood In Music

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Halsey announced her upcoming album titled, If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power in a statement she wrote, “this image is my means of reclaiming my autonomy and establishing my pride and strength as a life force for my human being.” It’s a bold image, and even the headlines that accompanied the news verged on inappropriate: “Halsey frees the …

An Interview with Hannah Ewens: Author of Fangirls

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Fangirls: Scenes from Modern Music Culture by Hannah Ewens really encapsulates everything we feel about fangirls in general. It’s about that pure love of an artist but also about the community and culture that surrounds the fandom. She covers everything from One Direction to My Chemical Romance, Elvis to Courtney Love. Fangirls have always had the ability to shift the …