Issue 4 of Women In Pop is available to buy now. Click below to get a sneak peek of the articles in our latest issue.

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New Talent - Caiti Baker

It can be tough creating a music career when you live in the Australian outback, but Darwin’s Caiti Baker wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Interview - Astrid S

The flow of female talent from Norway seems unstoppable. Astrid S tells us how she became one of the top 100 most streamed artists in the world.

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Interview - Jack River

Australia’s Holly Rankin a.k.a. Jack River combats sexism in the music industry by setting up an all female music festival as well as finding the time to record her debut album Sugar Mountain.
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Interview - George Maple

Australian singer, songwriter and producer releases her stunning debut album and finds a new inner strength doing so.

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New Talent - Estère

You can now add New Zealand’s Estère and her electric blue witch-hop to the list of Kiwi artists you can’t live without.

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Interview - Georgia Nott

One half of Broods, Georgia Nott tells us why she launched a passion project created entirely by women.

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Feature - Taylor Swift

Despite having every possible sexist remark thrown at her, Taylor Swift has become the most powerful pop star on the planet – and one of the most under appreciated feminist of our time
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Feature - Kim Wilde

Kim Wilde was one of the biggest stars to emerge from the 1980s. On the 30th anniversary of the release of her iconic album Close we take a look back at her incredible career
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Feature - Ladies First

The 1980s was a game changer in how female artists were portrayed & the power they wielded. We look at the gender politics behind this golden period of female pop.
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Interview - Dami Im

From X-Factor to Eurovision and now jazz singer, Dami Im’s musical portfolio is diverse.  She tells us the story behind her new album I Hear a Song.

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Interview - Sigrid

Fresh from winning the BBC’s Sound of 2018 award, Norway’s latest major star tells us about her career and how we all should be nicer to each other

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Album Reviews

We review the new albums from Kylie Minogue, Dami Im and Kim Wilde.