• TRACK OF THE WEEK: Tove Styrke “Say My Name”

    TRACK OF THE WEEK: Tove Styrke “Say My Name”

    photo by Emma Svensson Maybe it's the glacial run-off, but something in Sweden's water seems to nurture brilliance in its female electro-pop singer-songwriters, from Robyn to Icona Pop to Tove Lo. The latest in a string of Swedish hitmakers to attempt a breakthrough [...]

  • NEWS ROUNDUP: Secret Project Robot, The Radiohead Ant & More

    NEWS ROUNDUP: Secret Project Robot, The Radiohead Ant & More

    The sculpture garden in Secret Project Robot's former space on Melrose. The new location's "smaller but more intimate" sculpture garden is under development with the help of Kathleen Dycaico and Monica Mirabile. Bushwick’s Secret Project Robot Is Reopening The DIY venue will reopen [...]

  • ONLY NOISE: Playlist Memories

    ONLY NOISE: Playlist Memories

    In a clever bit of self-effacing paid content, The Guardian’s Stephen Armstrong delves into the mixtape vs. playlist debate – on the behalf of Spotify. While I’m no fan of sponsored content on principle, I have to admit that the piece is well written and [...]

  • ALBUM REVIEW: Charly Bliss “Guppy”

    ALBUM REVIEW: Charly Bliss “Guppy”

    Photo by Jacqueline Harriet Brooklyn power-pop outfit Charly Bliss deals in the stylings of nineties’ girl-fronted power pop bands: sugary sweet vocals layered over Warped Tour-worthy pop punk riffs. They haven’t escaped comparisons to bands like Veruca Salt or Letters To Cleo, and [...]

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Mother Cyborg Teases Debut LP

    PLAYING DETROIT: Mother Cyborg Teases Debut LP

    Mother Cyborg by Ara Howrani For Diana Nucera, a.k.a Mother Cyborg, it's been a long time coming. Her long-awaited debut album Pressure Systems drops this week, and based on the two teaser singles "Earth Dreams" and "3souled Women" we are all wildly ill prepared (but [...]

LIVE REVIEW: Honduras @ Rough Trade

April 25th, 2017|0 Comments

Honduras at Rough Trade. Photo by Ysabella Monton When I make it to Rough Trade well past 9, people are still lingering around for the end of the shop’s day-long event full of [...]

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Highlights of Coachella 2017

April 20th, 2017|0 Comments

The first time I went to Coachella, it was reminiscent of a first date to adult Disneyland. My husband and I ran like milk-drunk toddlers through the festival grounds. We stumbled upon bands as we [...]

 Ticket Giveaways of the week!

(because we love u)

Each week Audiofemme gives 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:

See you there! xoxo

Francis Lung w Lion Limb & Painted Nails on 4/14 at Alphaville

Body Language w Ian Chang & Violet Hands on 4/21 at Brooklyn Night Bazaar 

Rozes w Rodes Rollins & Adam Jensen on 4/29 at The Knitting Factory

 

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Featured Posts of The Month

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Tove Styrke “Say My Name”

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

photo by Emma Svensson Maybe it's the glacial run-off, but something in Sweden's water seems to nurture brilliance in its female electro-pop singer-songwriters, from Robyn to Icona Pop to Tove Lo. The latest [...]

ALBUM REVIEW: Charly Bliss “Guppy”

April 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Photo by Jacqueline Harriet Brooklyn power-pop outfit Charly Bliss deals in the stylings of nineties’ girl-fronted power pop bands: sugary sweet vocals layered over Warped Tour-worthy pop punk riffs. They haven’t escaped comparisons [...]

TRACK REVIEW: Marika Hackman “My Lover Cindy”

April 26th, 2017|0 Comments

Don’t let Marika Hackman’s innocuous appearance fool you – this Brit has bite. The 25-year-old singer songwriter has been acknowledged for her moody, in-depth approach to folk music, landing her touring spots alongside the likes [...]

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Tove Styrke “Say My Name”

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

photo by Emma Svensson Maybe it's the glacial run-off, but something in Sweden's water seems to nurture brilliance in its female electro-pop singer-songwriters, from Robyn to Icona Pop to Tove Lo. The latest [...]

#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: 1/23

News

NEWS ROUNDUP: Secret Project Robot, The Radiohead Ant & More

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

The sculpture garden in Secret Project Robot's former space on Melrose. The new location's "smaller but more intimate" sculpture garden is under development with the help of Kathleen Dycaico and Monica Mirabile. Bushwick’s [...]

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.

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TRACK OF THE WEEK: Tove Styrke “Say My Name”

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

photo by Emma Svensson Maybe it's the glacial run-off, but something in Sweden's water seems to nurture brilliance in its female electro-pop singer-songwriters, from Robyn to Icona Pop [...]

NEWS ROUNDUP: Secret Project Robot, The Radiohead Ant & More

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

The sculpture garden in Secret Project Robot's former space on Melrose. The new location's "smaller but more intimate" sculpture garden is under development with the help of Kathleen Dycaico [...]

ONLY NOISE: Playlist Memories

April 27th, 2017|0 Comments

In a clever bit of self-effacing paid content, The Guardian’s Stephen Armstrong delves into the mixtape vs. playlist debate – on the behalf of Spotify. While I’m no fan of [...]

ALBUM REVIEW: Charly Bliss “Guppy”

April 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Photo by Jacqueline Harriet Brooklyn power-pop outfit Charly Bliss deals in the stylings of nineties’ girl-fronted power pop bands: sugary sweet vocals layered over Warped Tour-worthy pop punk [...]