• ONLY NOISE: Sex Music

    ONLY NOISE: Sex Music

    But I refuse to accept that shagging to a soundtrack is only for teens and broke city-dwellers. Despite how “cheesy” and juvenile some might find it, I’m always down for some rock n’ roll in the hay...provided it’s awesome.

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Fred Thomas “Voiceover”

    PLAYING DETROIT: Fred Thomas “Voiceover”

    Fred Thomas has a lot of feelings (and he really wants to talk about them).

  • ONLY NOISE: Punk Rock, Patrimony, & Pyrotechnics

    ONLY NOISE: Punk Rock, Patrimony, & Pyrotechnics

    I’ve been following allegations that multimillionaire Joe Corré – spawn of fashion designer Vivienne Westwood and late Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren – would set fire to roughly $6,000,000 worth of punk memorabilia.

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Humons “Try it for Me”

    PLAYING DETROIT: Humons “Try it for Me”

    Enjoy the video for “Try it for Me,” a stunning visual marriage of organic and digital landscapes, both of which reflect the sincere duality of the EP Spectra bringing Humons’ vision full circle.

  • PLAYING DETROIT: Zoos of Berlin “Instant Evening”

    PLAYING DETROIT: Zoos of Berlin “Instant Evening”

    Instant Evening is a mystifying abstraction and a perilously purifying journey that renounces gravity in the same breath from which it praises it.

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.

LIVE REVIEW: Taking Back Sunday at Irving Plaza

October 10th, 2016|0 Comments

Taking Back Sunday rocked our emo hearts and made us relive the early 2000s at Irving Plaza. Live review by AudioFemme.

 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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KLLO + Lord Raja + Heathered Pearls on 12/8 @ Baby’s All Right 

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Gringo Star w/ Palmas @ Alphaville on 12/9

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Dragonette + Gibbz + Overcoats on 12/10 @ Warsaw

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TRACK REVIEW: Frederick The Younger “Horoscope”

December 6th, 2016|0 Comments

“Horoscope” is the lead single from Frederick The Younger’s upcoming debut album, Human Child, and it’s an infectious throwback to sultry 60’s soul mixed with strong hints of psychedelic pop.

TRACK REVIEW: Memoryy “Read My Lips (King Deco Remix)”

December 5th, 2016|0 Comments

Memoryy's remix of King Deco's "Read My Lips" will transform your week—in a good way. Track review by Audiofemme.

TRACK PREMIERE: TAMMY, “Doing Something Right”

December 1st, 2016|0 Comments

Brooklyn-based indie pop duo, TAMMY (Brooke and Aaron), are releasing their beautiful new track, "Doing Something Right", today ahead of their debut album coming out this month. Containing beautiful, slow-moving melodies that harken back to 1920s [...]

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: Ghost Ship Tragedy, Venue News & Meg White

December 9th, 2016|0 Comments

AudioFemme's weekly news roundup featuring Elvis Guesthouse, the Oaklast Warehouse FIre, Meg White, Brooklyn Steel by Emily Daly.

Featured events of the week

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|0 Comments

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.

PREVIEW: Quintron and Miss Pussycat @ Baby’s All RIght 10/31

October 27th, 2016|0 Comments

Quintron and Miss Pussycat are bringing their extravaganza Halloween show to New York's Baby's All Right Monday, Oct. 31.

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NEWS ROUNDUP: Ghost Ship Tragedy, Venue News & Meg White

December 9th, 2016|0 Comments

AudioFemme's weekly news roundup featuring Elvis Guesthouse, the Oaklast Warehouse FIre, Meg White, Brooklyn Steel by Emily Daly.

ONLY NOISE: Sex Music

December 8th, 2016|0 Comments

But I refuse to accept that shagging to a soundtrack is only for teens and broke city-dwellers. Despite how “cheesy” and juvenile some might find it, I’m always down for some rock n’ roll in the hay...provided it’s awesome.

PLAYING DETROIT: Fred Thomas “Voiceover”

December 7th, 2016|0 Comments

Fred Thomas has a lot of feelings (and he really wants to talk about them).

TRACK REVIEW: Frederick The Younger “Horoscope”

December 6th, 2016|0 Comments

“Horoscope” is the lead single from Frederick The Younger’s upcoming debut album, Human Child, and it’s an infectious throwback to sultry 60’s soul mixed with strong hints of psychedelic pop.