International Women’s Day
The Latest International Women's Day News, Video, Interviews and Features
Kristen Mulderig has spent two decades managing some of the biggest names in metal. Here she discusses her intro to the industry, the challenges of music being ‘free’ and shares advice for young women looking to get started…
Producer Catherine Marks – who has worked with everyone from Frank Carter to PJ Harvey – shares her story of getting into the industry, mentoring artists, and the change she can see happening for women.
Blondies has become a focal point of the capital’s rock scene since it opened five years ago, hosting everything from a super-intimate Mastodon gig to Frank Carter’s birthday bash. We talk to owners Verity and Sharmaine Cox about how and why they built K!’s favourite dive bar with their bare hands…
Church Road Records co-founder (and Employed To Serve vocalist) Justine Jones on setting up a label during a pandemic, her role as a reluctant tastemaker, and the importance of talking to and inspiring young women…
Joan Jett and Taylor Momsen sit down for an inspirational conversation about the music industry, perception, mentoring women and how to instigate real change.
On International Women’s Day, Bloodstock head honcho Vicky Hungerford shares her experiences of the music industry, why you should always back yourself and the importance of Sophie Lancaster’s legacy.
The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is Choose To Challenge. Here, Saint Agnes’ Kitty discusses why it’s important to challenge those you love, even if it feels difficult or easier to ignore it. (Trigger warning: Sexual assault.)
On International Women’s Day, Dana Dentata challenges men to do better, to treat women with respect, and to break free from the shackles of toxic masculinity.
On International Women’s Day, Within Temptation’s Sharon den Adel dissects Europe’s differing abortion laws and why it is a woman’s right to choose.
New Pagans’ Lyndsey McDougall shares her respect and adoration for mothers and carers on this International Women’s Day.
Spiritbox vocalist Courtney LaPlante muses on International Women’s Day’s ‘Choose to challenge’ campaign, and what it means for a white woman in heavy music.
On International Women’s Day, Meet Me @ The Altar vocalist Edith Johnson remembers her first experience of the male-dominated alt. scene and shares some powerful words for young women everywhere.