Why are female artists always pitted against each other? And how does that intense rivalry affect them (and us)? Join me and Brittany Spanos, Online Producer at Rolling Stone, for a chat about Ultraviolence, Lorde, and the way that our culture deals with innovative women in music.
How does Lana Del Rey’s second LP “Ultraviolence” transform her sound? What do all those dark lyrics really mean? And should you get it on vinyl? Find out in this week’s Record Review! Ultraviolence is a fascinating exploration of the emotional devastation left by a romance gone wrong. Del Rey adjusts her sound to mimic … Continue reading Review: Ultraviolence – Lana Del Rey
I'm really excited to release into the world a video I've been working on for a while - my review of Lana Del Rey's Paradise EP! After my first ever Record Review, of Del Rey's Born To Die, got such a positive response I decided to review another of her album's. I love Lana's work, partly because it … Continue reading Review: Paradise – Lana Del Rey
They say that March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers… Well, in that case the next four weeks had better be blooming florescent, because the past month in New York has been absolutely miserable. A spattering of sunshine between gloomy skies, torrential downpour, and even a spot of unseasonal snow - this definitely … Continue reading April Obsessions
It's up! After much trepidation with the YouTube upload process, my first ever record review is officially available for your viewing pleasure! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVMgTa6yUZo And if you'd like to buy a copy of the album yourself (and help support the show <3) you can use my link here: Born To Die [VINYL]