• PLAYING DETROIT: Prude Boys “The Outlaw”

    PLAYING DETROIT: Prude Boys “The Outlaw”

    The Outlaw, though only two tracks long, make for a grungy Lee Hazelwood x Nancy Sinatra reboot while garnering imagery of seduction and escape with their uniquely refined and playful nostalgia.

  • WOMAN OF INTEREST: Indira Cesarine of The Untitled Space

    WOMAN OF INTEREST: Indira Cesarine of The Untitled Space

    “There is a need to reweave our nation’s social fabric as it is being torn.” This is Linda Friedman Schmidt’s poignant appraisal of Trump’s America. Schmidt is one of 80 female visual artists taking part in UPRISE/ANGRY WOMEN, an exhibition at Tribeca’s The Untitled Space [...]

  • ONLY NOISE: All The Rage

    ONLY NOISE: All The Rage

    Long has anger been a stigmatized emotion – more so for women than men, unfortunately. What is an incensed woman to do when she is told for decades that 12 Angry Men look like passionate, dutiful citizens, but one angry woman looks like Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction?

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Bonny Doon “I See You”

    PLAYING DETROIT: Bonny Doon “I See You”

    What do you get when you mix emoji-filled birthday texts from mom, a drunken journey through liquor store shelves and conflicted selves, plastic cup inebriation, and happy-to-be-alive appreciation?

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Flint Eastwood “Oblivious”

    PLAYING DETROIT: Flint Eastwood “Oblivious”

    Flint Eastwood’s latest video for “Oblivious” a track from last year's "Small Victories" EP is a beautifully hyped visual for a song that begs to brace for change with a tumultuous fluidity.

LIVE REVIEW: Maya Jane Coles @ Output

January 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

The set took us on a deep house journey, making you feel like you were underwater and then in space.

LIVE REVIEW: Blue Healer at Rockwood Music Hall

November 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Blue Healer pulled at our heartstrings on Wednesday, November 2 at Rockwood Music Hall as they expertly played tracks from their debut album.

 Ticket Giveaways of the week!

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Each week Audiofemme will be giving away a set of tickets to our featured shows in NYC! For this week, scroll all the way down to enter for the following shindigs:

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Pronoun w/ Blonder on 1/20 @ Brooklyn Bazaar

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Enno Cheng on 1/22 @ Rockwood Music Hall

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Austra on 1/26 @ Warsaw

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Featured Posts of The Month

ALBUM REVIEW: Shawna Virago “Heaven Sent Delinquent”

January 11th, 2017|0 Comments

With queer rebel heroes, with "flame-colored hair, and rhinestoned suits," Heaven Sent Delinquent paints the landscape of your mind with a cast of outsiders on road trips and love stories, enjoying escape with whiskey out of paper cups.

TRACK REVIEW: Smallpools “Run with the Bulls”

January 4th, 2017|0 Comments

Give yourself a wild energy boost with Smallpools' latest track "Run with the Bulls." Track review by AudioFemme.

EP REVIEW: Black Heart “Alekto” (Remix EP)

December 28th, 2016|0 Comments

It's music so powerful you'll be able to blast straight through Mercury retrograde with this on repeat.

TRACK OF THE WEEK: DRUZY “How You Feel”

November 28th, 2016|0 Comments

Channel your passionate side with DRUZY's latest single "How You Feel." Track of the week and review by AudioFemme.

#NewMusicMonday

#NEWMUSICMONDAY: Black Coast “Sleep Alone”

August 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

New York-based producer Blackcoast is back with another exquisite electro-pop track to get you in a turbulent daze. "Sleep Alone" is his first single in eight months, [...]

#NEWMUSICMONDAY: Promises Ltd., “Days Of Lavender”

August 1st, 2016|0 Comments

This week's New Music Monday, comes to you from Promises Ltd., a new project from Chrome Sparks’ Jeremy Malvin and Charlie Brand of Miniature Tigers. Their [...]

#NEWMUSICMONDAY: Kamau “BooDha”

July 18th, 2016|1 Comment

You need to know Kamau.

AF’s Best Tracks of the Week: 12/5

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NEWS ROUNDUP: St. Vincent, Kim Gordon & More

January 13th, 2017|0 Comments

St. Vincent directs horror, Ryan Gosling used to be in a goth band, and Sigur Rós goes to space.

Featured events of the week

EVENT PREVIEW: AudioFemme Holiday Show

December 19th, 2016|0 Comments

Join us this Wednesday, 12/21 for the annual AudioFemme holiday party! As well as live music and drinks, there'll be stickers, Xmas cookies, your favorite Femmes and a killer afterparty.

PREVIEW: Kitsune “Afterwork” 12/8 @ Soho Grand

November 30th, 2016|0 Comments

French cultural powerhouse and music/fashion/art tastemaker, Kitsune will be hosting the last installment of their "Afterwork" series on 12/8 at The Soho Grand. The event will feature sets from: AMBRÉ, [...]

PREVIEW + CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: “Angry Women”: A Group Exhibition Curated by Indira Cesarine

November 30th, 2016|1 Comment

Tribeca-based gallery The Untitled Space is currently accepting artist submissions for its forthcoming group exhibition, "Angry Women", running 1/17/17-1/22/17 featuring the work of 20 up and coming female artists in [...]

PREVIEW: Ray-Ban x Boiler Room Weekender 2016

November 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

In the spirit of friendship, Ray-Ban x Boiler Room are inviting all of their best friends, artists, DJs, collectives, creatives and fans to the Ray-Ban x Boiler Room Weekender; the single biggest Boiler Room event to date.

Most Shared Posts

PLAYING DETROIT: Prude Boys “The Outlaw”

January 18th, 2017|0 Comments

The Outlaw, though only two tracks long, make for a grungy Lee Hazelwood x Nancy Sinatra reboot while garnering imagery of seduction and escape with their uniquely refined and playful nostalgia.

WOMAN OF INTEREST: Indira Cesarine of The Untitled Space

January 16th, 2017|0 Comments

“There is a need to reweave our nation’s social fabric as it is being torn.” This is Linda Friedman Schmidt’s poignant appraisal of Trump’s America. Schmidt is one of 80 [...]

NEWS ROUNDUP: St. Vincent, Kim Gordon & More

January 13th, 2017|0 Comments

St. Vincent directs horror, Ryan Gosling used to be in a goth band, and Sigur Rós goes to space.

ARTIST INTERVIEW: Sondre Lerche

January 12th, 2017|0 Comments

Before Lerche goes on tour this year, we caught up with him about his forthcoming release, how New York has influenced his music. and the most important lessons he has learned as a musician.