Author: Adison Eyring

Happy Monday! Just kidding. It’s not a happy Monday. You’re suffering. We all are. It’s the back-half finals season, and summer is so close yet so far. Worry not! Apply a strong SPF, put on your weekly #YWNM playlist of the CoogRadio staff’s favorite new releases from the week of May 3rd, and go study […]

When accepting the Brit award for Best British Group, a category in which only one out of five acts nominated include any women and in which no female-fronted group has ever won, The 1975 frontman Matty Healy took the opportunity to call out the ingrained misogyny within the music industry. Quoting Guardian writer Laura Snape’s […]

Like many, I was first introduced to Soccer Mommy through her studio debut, Clean, released appropriately in the highly emotional Pisces season (March) of last year. Again like many, I was instantly drawn to her cool-girl aura. Her laidback style (slightly smudged eyeliner, straight hair, and nose ring all included) and unapologetically intimate, confrontational lyrics all […]

On the first of October this year, Kim Petras released her horror-themed debut EP, TURN OFF THE LIGHT, VOL. 1, to ring in the spooky season. Similar to everything released by Petras in the past, the project is maximalist-pop perfection which is so playfully feminine that you can practically hear the hot pink. With the spooky […]

With the Spice Girls announcing their U.K. reunion tour and their spiritual successors Little Mix dropping a buzz track proclaiming that they’re “on that feminist tip,” I’ve been thinking a lot about the history of feminism in mainstream pop music – like, more than usual, which is really saying something for me. In our current […]

Tierra Whack somehow Benjamin Button-ed her way into the hip-hop scene. The Philly rapper started out as a teenager under the moniker Dizzle Dizz. From her early work, you can quickly tell that she was a clear rap prodigy from a young age, yet she was poorly advised to tone down her childlike imagination in order […]

Brockhampton | Photo by Adison Eyring  “You are now watching the greatest boyband in the motherf—— world . . . second to One Direction.” – Kevin Abstract Allow me to preface this by saying I’ve been a fan of Kevin Abstract (and by proxy Brockhampton) for quite a bit – and by quite a bit, […]

Japanese Breakfast first officially came on the scene in 2016 with their debut album, Psychopomp, and have been slowly but surely rising in popularity ever since. Before we delve any further, here are a couple of misleading things to note about the name Japanese Breakfast, just right off the bat: Japanese Breakfast is not a […]

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