Posts Tagged music video

Feministing Jamz Video of the Week: “Pistols At Dawn” by Seinabo Sey

Seinabo Sey’s voice is completely enchanting, and the visuals for “Pistols At Dawn” (after the jump) definitely keep us firmly in enchanted territory. The Swedish-Gambian singer has been killing it this year, and her latest video is glorious. I am especially interested in the relationship between the two women in this video – it’s a little open for interpretation, but what is clear is a sense of deep connection and lady solidarity. What’s not to love?

Seinabo Sey’s voice is completely enchanting, and the visuals for “Pistols At Dawn” (after the jump) definitely keep us firmly in enchanted territory. The Swedish-Gambian singer has been killing it this year, and her latest video is glorious. ...

The Wednesday Weigh-In: “Just One Of The Guys”

So, Jenny Lewis has a new video. The song is “Just One Of The Guys” and she dresses up a bunch of famous, pretty, feminine movie stars as dudes. Really, just watch it:

I have so many questions.

So, Jenny Lewis has a new video. The song is “Just One Of The Guys” and she dresses up a bunch of famous, pretty, feminine movie stars as dudes. Really, just watch it:

I have so many questions. ...

Feministing Jamz: Javiera Mena’s new super queer femme music video

You may have noticed that we over here at Feministing love us some music, and that we have a lot to say about it and its political implications. So we’re excited to bring you Feministing Jamz, where we’ll talk music and feminism, bring you songs and videos, make you some playlists, and hopefully have some fun. We hope to be critics, fans, and (as major Feministing crush, Janet Mock, says) critical fans. Enjoy! 

Chilean indie darling and awesome queer lady Javiera Mena has just released a queertastic new video, and it is amazing! Now y’all know I love a good music video, and this one satisfies in major ways: a gorgeous color palette, an ’80s-futuristic ...

You may have noticed that we over here at Feministing love us some music, and that we have a lot to say about it and its political implications. So we’re excited to bring ...

What you probably missed in Beyoncé’s album

Since Beyoncé released her surprise album last month week, it’s been widely acknowledged as one of the most explicitly feminist pieces of work by a major pop artist in quite a while. Many feminists were surprised to see Beyoncé be so open about her feminism, and though it may be imperfect, that almost makes me love it more.

However I have yet to see an analysis of the album that hits upon the references she makes to Latinidad, specifically Afro-Brazilian culture and traditions.

Since Beyoncé released her surprise album last month week, it’s been widely acknowledged as one of the most explicitly feminist pieces of work by a major pop artist in quite a while. Many feminists were surprised to ...

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Best feminist music videos of 2013

It’s that time of year: 2013 Best Of lists are making the rounds, and we’re not about to be left out of the party. In a year that was quite frankly super embarrassing for white pop stars, who were showing their asses and being racist extra hard in 2013, we want to give play to some of the folks who got it right.

It’s that time of year: 2013 Best Of lists are making the rounds, and we’re not about to be left out of the party. In a year that was quite frankly super embarrassing ...

Yoko Ono dance break!

Yoko Ono makes the world a better place with the help of some of her artist friends, including the Beastie Boys, Questlove, Cibo Matto, Ira Glass, Reggie Watts in a silver cape, Roberta Flack, Heems from Das Racist, and Mx Justin Vivian Bond.

Yoko Ono makes the world a better place with the help of some of her artist friends, including the Beastie Boys, Questlove, Cibo Matto, Ira Glass, Reggie Watts in a silver cape, Roberta Flack, ...

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