Profiles


Jens Lekman will see himself now
NPR

Shirley Collins: 5-10-15-20
Pitchfork

St. Vincent on making a horror movie in a time of “extreme turmoil”
FACT

The xx: Pitchfork Cover Story
Pitchfork

Xenia Rubinos: "I'm saying things about being a brown girl in America"
Guardian Guide

Laura Jane Grace on being transgender in the age of Trump
Guardian Guide cover

Songs cycles: Jenny Hval on the importance of uncertainty
NPR

Christine and the Queens: "I just want to shatter everything"
Observer Music cover

The National meet Chvrches: “I could come and be your Bez” 
The Guardian

Brandy Clark: “I sing about real, unpretty, truthful subjects” 
The Guardian

Grateful Dead live on: Why the legendary band still matters 
Pitchfork

Margo Price: “Country music is about divorce, drinking and jail” 
The Guardian

Bat for Lashes: Wedding for One 
Pitchfork

How the rest of the world caught up to Tegan and Sara 
Buzzfeed

Virtual reality: Inside Shura’s breakthrough 
MTV

Alex Anwandter illuminates queer life and death in Chile 
MTV

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith’s Existential Synthesiser Music 
Pitchfork

Anna Meredith: the Proms composer ditching classical music for club bangers 
The Guardian

Savages: “Young people have a duty to rebel, to point out what’s wrong” 
The Guardian

Gwenno: The ex-Pipette is leading the Welsh-speaking music revival
The Guardian

Kacey Musgraves: “I’d sound country even if I didn’t want to” 
The Guardian

Lizzy Mercier Descloux: Behind the Muse 
The Pitchfork Review

5-10-15-20: Steve Martin 
Pitchfork

Little Simz: Future Rap King 
Pitchfork

The Punk Director: Penelope Spheeris revisits the Decline of Western Civilisation trilogy 
Pitchfork

Keeping it unreal: In the studio with Chvrches 
Pitchfork

Love and its opposite: In the studio with Savages 
Pitchfork

Sleater-Kinney interviewed: On Reuniting, Empowerment and Staying Hungry 
NME

“What’s important is that people now understand me as something different”—La Roux 
NME

“Kernow wave”: Falmouth’s DIY music scene 
NME

“No End In Sight”: Merge Records’ 25th anniversary 
NME

Van Dyke Parks 
NME