She Shreds Magazine

The Magazine Dedicated to Women Guitarists & Bassists

Issue No. 13

Scene Report: Anchorage, Alaska / The Vital Role of Women in the Guitar Industry / Land of Talk / Wata of Boris / Valerie June / Juana Molina / Songwriting: Music Theory Must-Knows + more
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On Redefining Values: The Visible Rise of Women and Nonbinary People of Color

This interview originally appeared in She Shreds Issue #13, which was released in September, 2017. The impacts of independent music  more

Elizabeth Powell on Her Return to Land of Talk, Conceptual Songwriting, and Courage

This interview originally appeared in She Shreds Issue #13, which was released in September, 2017. Elizabeth Powell vanished in 2010.  more

Artist to Artist: Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast and Marisa Dabice of Mannequin Pussy

If there’s anything better than catching a band you dig when they tour through your town, it’s seeing them share  more

Win ‘Em #1: Sneak Attack + Lil’ Buddy Pedals from Malekko

Tis the season to shred! In celebration of our amazing community and rad music everywhere, She Shreds is giving away  more

Nuts and Bolts: What’s in a Whammy Bar?

It’s hard to love guitar music without falling in love with the whammy. From the subtle warble of surf to  more

Gear Guide: For EMA, Guitar is Just the Beginning…

When it comes to playing guitar, Erika M. Anderson, aka EMA, makes no bones about flipping the usual expectations on  more

15 of Our Favorite Deals This Weekend: Gear, Records and Fashion

There’s a lot going on this weekend so we’ll keep this short. Here’s the rules though: Support your local and  more

Metal Musician Danica Roem Becomes Virginia’s First Openly Transgender Lawmaker

Last night Democrat and metalhead Danica Roem became Virginia’s first openly transgender person—and likely its first shredders—to be elected to  more

St. Vincent Announces New Album, ‘MASSEDUCTION’ Out October 13

We all know and love St. Vincent’s 2014 critically-acclaimed self-titled fourth album, and there’s no denying we’ve had to find  more
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