trish bendix


Read some of my recent work:

Sound Check: May 2008 – AfterEllen // May 5, 2008

The Atypical Songwriting of Swati Swarma – AfterEllen // April 28, 2008

Interview with Lauren Collins – AfterEllen // April 27, 2008

Sound Check: April 2008 – AfterEllen // April 3, 2008

Instrumental Break: After backing Foo Fighters and Tegan and Sara, Kaki King has found her voice on a new album – Out // April 2, 2008

Interview with Missy Higgins – AfterEllen // April 1, 2008

Interview with Kaki King – AfterEllen // March 13, 2008

Bitten – The Navigator // March 13, 2008

It’s a Hard Rock Life – Time Out Chicago // March 6, 2008

Review of Girls Rock – AfterEllen // March 5, 2008

Sound Check: March 2008 – AfterEllen // March 5, 2008

Sia’s Coming Out – AfterEllen // February 10, 2008

Metromix LA: Online nightlife and entertainment publication gets put into print – The Navigator // February 7, 2008

Eclectic Ladyland – Time Out Chicago // January 31, 2008

Sound Check: January 2008 – AfterEllen // January 16, 2008

Whole Foods: The Magazine, The Whole Nine Yards – The Navigator // January 10, 2008

Bianca Casady Does it Herself – AfterEllen // January 9, 2008

The Top 10 Must-Have Lesbian/Bi Albums of 2007 – AfterEllen // December 18, 2007

2007 Year in Review: Music – AfterEllen // December18, 2007

Sound Check: December 2007 – AfterEllen // December 5, 2007

Stars say Kick Me! for YouthAIDS – Planet Out/ // December 1, 2007

Southern Beauty: a new beauty and lifestyle magazine for women exhibits some Southern Charm – The Navigator // November 30, 2007

Sound Check: November 2007 – AfterEllen // November 8, 2007

Is Independent Press Telling Better Stories – The Navigator // October 18, 2007

Interview with Hannah Blilie – AfterEllen // October 11, 2007 Helping Average Consumers Understand Electronics – The Navigator // October 11, 2007

Saturday Looks Good to Me: Chi-love from New York – Beep // October 9, 2007

Gay Straight Alliances Score an A – Planet Out //October 8, 2007 Giving Strength to Small Businesses – The Navigator // October 4, 2007

Introducing the Wire Daisies – AfterEllen // September 25, 2007

Itty Bitty Titty Committee – Feminist Review // September 25, 2007

Scene: Chicago – AfterEllen // September 12, 2007

The Dials: Rock Worth Calling Home About – The Daily Herald // August 23, 2007

Tegan and Sara: “The Con” – Feminist Review // August 2, 2007

Victoria Magazine: A New Staff Hopes to Inspire Women with the Relaunch of a Popular Publication – The Navigator // August 2, 2007


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  1. Xeni from Boing Boing tv said, on September 17, 2008 at 6:00 pm

    Hey Trish,

    A suggestion for Afterellen from Boing Boing tv. We are airing an episode today about Brooklyn-based Singer/Songwriter Kaki King, includes interview and performance. She is awesome, she is out, and I hope you dig the episode. We had a ton of fun shooting it. Feel free to embed the video if you like it! thanks!



    Kaki King, guitar hero: performance, interview with Xeni (music)



    One of the artists Boing Boing was excited to “discover” at the recent Outside Lands festival had in fact already “discovered” us. Today on Boing Boing tv, we present singer-songwriter Kaki King.

    Pesco says the prolific multi-instrumentalist “plays like a mofo,” and boy is he right. The BBtv crew and I caught her live performance at the festival, and chased her down for an interview backstage (literally: our legs were sort of hanging off the side of the platform while guys hauled drums and amps off). We learned that (1) she’s a fan of the Boing Boing blog! and (2) she hates comment trolls. Boy do we love her.

    Kaki has a new record out, “Dreaming of Revenge,” and she’s touring the world as I type, with show dates in Europe and the US through 2008.

    Rolling Stone named her one of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time,” describing her style as “Van Halen Meets Bootsy.” You’ll witness why in today’s BBtv episode.

    We talk with her about life on the road, how IM and social networking help keep her from getting homesick while touring, and how she managed to go from busking in NYC subways to jamming with the likes of the Foo Fighters and hypnotizing crowds of tens of thousands with her rich, distinctive sound.

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