Leah Capelle Is On A Mission

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Leah Capelle is fearless. Her songs recent songs “Docs” and “Settle Down” show that she isn’t worried about putting feminism into her music, and that’s something we can get behind. Leah is honest with her experience and there’s nothing holding her back. How did you get started in music? I was raised by a retired classical soprano who serenaded me …

Talking Astrology With The Most Emotionally Intelligent Person in Electronic Music, Madame Gandhi

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Kiran Gandhi is quite possibly the smartest person I’ve ever met. In addition to having been a live drummer for M.I.A. and establishing her own name as a solo artist and producer (she goes by Madame Gandhi), she also has an MBA from Harvard, which is proof enough of her genius. But what I learned hearing her speak on a panel at Seattle’s Pop Conference is that her intellect goes far, far beyond academic learning. Gandhi was so insightful, so passionately logical and sharp and observant about the ways that our culture dismisses and denigrates femininity, that I knew I had to talk to her one-on-one to learn anything else I could from her.

Lauren Giraldo Is A Proud Fierce Feminist

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Lauren Giraldo is a busy girl. Her new series Lady Bits is packed with female empowerment and honest conversations on women’s rights and gender equality, but asides from that this boss lady is about to take on the world with her new single, “Only Lovers,” and will be embarking on a U.S. tour performing a mix of originals and covers.