Posts by Lauren O’Neill


The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We Dead Oceans

Claud’s main character moment

Indie-pop heartthrob Claud is following their heart – and their rom-com obsession – to dizzy new heights. For the August issue, Claud digs into the themes and process behind new album ‘Supermodels’ as well as their Belieber days and working with Phoebe Bridgers

Blondshell is exactly where she needs to be

Taking notes from Courtney Love and Fiona Apple, singer-songwriter Blondshell is channelling disillusionment and self-discovery in her growing arsenal of rage-fuelled alt-rock anthems


the record Polydor/Interscope

100 gecs

10,000 gecs Atlantic

Billy Nomates: Anger is an Energy

Billy Nomates is tired of holding it all in. The Bristol artist is ready to let loose raw emotions and – thanks to new album, ‘CACTI’ – belligerent, big-hearted pop

Molly Nilsson

Extreme Night School/Dark Skies Association


För Allting Run for Cover
Car Seat Headrest

Car Seat Headrest

Making a Door Less Open Matador
soccer mommy

Soccer Mommy: Ways of Seeing

Soccer Mommy captured a generation with her candid songwriting. With her second album, Color Theory, she holds her darkest fears up to the light

(Sandy) Alex G: It’s a mood

He’s worked with Frank Ocean, attracted ardent fans and amassed a genre-defying body of work. Still, (Sandy) Alex G hasn’t got used to talking about his music. We catch up with the artist in London’s Granary Square

Norman Fucking Rockwell, Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey

Norman Fucking Rockwell! Polydor
Sheer Mag – A Distant Call

Sheer Mag

A Distant Call Sheer Mag LLC
A love letter to Myspace

A love letter to… Myspace

An ode to the social media platform and the role it played in the consumption of music in the 00s

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst © Jake Millers

Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst: Soft Oblivion

In an exclusive In Conversation feature, the two musicians talk about their new collaborative project, Better Oblivion Community Centre