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From YouTube to Rolling Stone, Ayla Tesler-Mabe Is Just Getting Started

From YouTube to Rolling Stone, Ayla Tesler-Mabe Is Just Getting Started

This interview originally appeared in the print version of She Shreds Issue #15, which was released in July, 2018. In  more

Courtney Barnett on Vulnerability, Home and Songwriting

This interview originally appeared as the cover story of She Shreds Issue #15, which was released in July 2018. On  more

BAYLi, A Veteran Artist On the Rise

BAYLi’s sound is an embodiment of who she is. If you ask Brooklyn-native BAYLi what genre she plays, she won’t  more

Ada Lea, A Fearless Artist on the Rise

Ada Lea performed at Sled Island and She Shreds caught up with her to talk about bass guitars, being bored,  more

Cherry Glazerr’s Clementine Creevy on Movement, Vulnerability, and Crossing Genres

This feature originally appeared in the twelfth issue of She Shreds, published in April, 2017. Subscribe here and receive your  more

Ghosts and Little Deaths: A Conversation with Idle Bloom. Watch “Dust” Now!

Olivia Scibelli has slept in my house twice while on tour, and yet we’ve never met. Both times I was  more

Angel Olsen on Gear, ‘My Woman’ and the Process of Recording

When I first heard Angel Olsen’s music in 2011, I was writing what would be the first songs for a  more

Shannon Wright on Finding Connection and Making Music for Music’s Sake

She’s been called angry, aggressive, an artist who “enjoys making people cry.” Shannon Wright has heard it all when it  more

The Legends: An Interview with Rosie Flores

Rosie Flores is shifting gears, trying something new, and going back to her roots all at once on her upcoming  more

The Tuts on DIY, Inclusivity, and Fighting Back

There’s no denying that The Tuts say it straight. The three-piece, which hails from Hayes in West London, has made  more

Dispatches from a Road Warrior: Heartless Bastards’ Erika Wennerstrom Talks Old Guitars and New Album

Erika Wennerstrom’s voice sounds slightly road-weary when she answers the phone from her hotel room. She’s waking up somewhere in  more

“Putting a Little Gloom into It” an Interview with Sheena Ozzella of Lemuria

Citing influences from Fleetwood Mac and Heart to Polvo and the Muffs,  Lemuria combines the frenetic and gritty glee of  more

In a Band with Julia McFarlane of Twerps

Australian four piece Twerps were a standout at this year’s Treefort Music Festival. Their first full length on Merge Records,  more

“A Collage of Sounds”: An Interview with Deluka

Ellie Innocenti is the guitarist and songwriter in the biggest band you’ve probably never heard of: Deluka. Despite their big,  more
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