girlpool’s new era
Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad’s new album, 'What Chaos is Imaginary,' is a compelling record of transition and triumph.
mister wallace is the ‘cool mom’ of queer hip-hop in chicago
On their debut album, COOL MOM, Mister Wallace bridges the gap between their biological family and their chosen family.
tt the artist is the baltimore club queen bringing women to the front
Whether she's running a feminist record label or painting 'Black pop art,' TT won't be confined to one discipline.
ed oxenbould is the true star of paul dano and zoe kazan's 'wildlife'
In Paul Dano's directorial debut, the young Australian actor flips the script as a grounded teen whose parents retreat into rebellion.
kero kero bonito finds solace in chaotic sounds
The London-based pop band embraces the unexpected and makes joyful noise on 'Time 'N' Place.'
gianni lee is the modern-day basquiat painting skeletons on nyc streets
The deliberately crude figures are inspired by ancient African hieroglyphics.
alia shawkat wrote a masterpiece about two women having sex all the time
We sat down with 'Duck Butter' stars Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa to find out how they accidentally made a NSFW feminist masterpiece.
roxiny turns personal trauma into powerful feminist pop
In the new video for ‘Goliath,’ co-directed by Shan Nicholson, the Dominican-American artist and activist performs a ritual to surrender.
zoey deutch plays an oversexed teen vigilante in this dark coming-of-age comedy
'Flower' is a powerful and hilarious take on the double standards attached to women's sexuality.
sasha spielberg gets personal with her band buzzy lee’s debut video for 'coolhand'
With acclaimed producer and childhood friend Nicolas Jaar, the 27-year-old musician has created her most intimate work yet
half waif embraces the healing power of pop music on new song 'torches'
Nandi Rose Plunkett, a.k.a. Half Waif, wrote 'Torches' amid the upheaval of the US election. As i-D premieres the song, Plunkett talks exploring her family's scattered history through powerful synth pop.
‘psusy’ is new zealand’s answer to ‘broad city’
The feminist web series confronts everything from workplace discrimination to female sexuality, with the aim of making young women feel less alone.
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