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A former guitarist for Titus Andronicus, Amy Klein is a writer, the founder of feminist art collective Permanent Wave and an all-around amazing person. With this week's release of Ani DiFranco's new album, 'Which Side Are You On?' we asked Amy to come up with the best feminist, girl-power anthems of all time. Check out her picks below!
10. Salt-n-Pepa, 'None of Your Business'
Before Azealia Banks smiled wide and announced to the world, "I guess that c--t gettin' eaten," Salt-n-Pepa offered us these words of wisdom: "Who are you to judge?" Old school hip-hop artists like this trio paved the way for forthright female rappers like Banks and Nicki Minaj by giving women permission to revel in their own pleasure and sexuality.
Nobody picks up an Ani DiFranco album because they ride the fence politically. The openly bisexual feminist icon has made a career out of her fearless commentary-ridden folk songs. Read Post
Last month, Titus Andronicus announced the release of their third full-length album, Local Business, which will be available Oct. 23 via XL Recordings.... Read Post
Glen Rock, New Jersey's finest musical outfit, Titus Andronicus, will release a new album, Local Business, next week. In a clever—and literal!—move, Pitchfork TV had the band play a bunch of the excellent record's new songs in vario... Read Post