Reviews by Alyx Vesey
Alyx Vesey will always be chasing the moment she first heard Björk's "Human Behaviour." She began fusing her interests in music culture and feminism in college, where she was a deejay at UT Austin's 91.7 KVRX and a member of Alliance for a Feminist Option. She graduated from UT in 2005 with a bachelor's in journalism and history and in 2008 with a master's in media studies and a concentration in women's and gender studies. She launched Feminist Music Geek in April 2009, and her writing has appeared in Bitch, Flow Journal, I Fry Mine in Butter, Tom Tom Magazine, and [Scratched Vinyl[(http://www.scratchedvinyl.com/). In addition, she volunteers for Girls Rock Camp Austin, co-facilitating music history workshops. When not balancing freelance work, volunteer duties, and her 9-to-5 work responsibilities, she likes to snuggle her cat Kozy, dance, hang out with friends, and play her guitar.