Selected Clips

Music Criticism and Essays
Rilo Kiley’s Take Offs and Landings Turns 20 (Stereogum)
Pom Pom Squad, Death of a Cheerleader (Pitchfork)
Indigo De Souza, I Love My Mom (Pitchfork)
Origami Angel, GAMI GANG (Pitchfork)
Beach Bunny, Honeymoon (Pitchfork)
glass beach, the first glass beach album (Pitchfork)
Remember Sports, Sunchokes (Pitchfork)
With Solar Power, Lorde Flies a Little Too Close to the Sun (Consequence)
Beabadoobee Is at Her Darkest and Smartest on Our Extended Play EP (Consequence)
Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher Is a Devastating Masterpiece (Popdust)
Remembering SOPHIE: The Futuristic Producer’s 5 Career-Defining Songs (Popdust)
Before It Was TikTok Viral: “The Leanover” by Life Without Buildings (Popdust)
How Spotify’s “Lorem” Playlist Became Gen Z Canon (Popdust)

Interviews
Sufjan Stevens and Angelo De Augustine on Collaborating on A Beginner’s Mind (Consequence)
Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst and Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield Trade “Songwriting Slump” Tips and Discuss Returning to the Stage (Consequence)
The Greeting Committee on Being Featured in Netflix’s “To All the Boys: Always and Forever” (Popdust)
How Bombay Bicycle Club Found Their Second Wind (Popdust)
What “Stranger Things” Star Maya Hawke Is Listening to Right Now (Pitchfork)
What Booksmart Breakout Diana Silvers Is Listening to Right Now (Pitchfork)
– The Regrettes’ Lydia Night on Festival Season, Helping a Trans Fan & Getting Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Approval (Billboard)
– Nick Jonas On Upcoming Music and Hosting the Malibu Games: ‘It Was Work, But It Was Also a Lot Of Play’ (Billboard)
– Rita Ora on Her Star-Studded ‘Girls’ Squad and the Song’s True Meaning: ‘Be What You Want to Be’ (Billboard)
Interview: How Raw Vulnerability Shaped Hippo Campus’ Second Album, Bambi (Atwood Magazine)

Film Criticism and Essays
Welcome to Jackass: The Stunt-Comedy Franchise’s 10 Most Outrageous Moments (Consequence)
Does Amy Poehler’s Moxie Perpetuate Riot Grrrl’s Whiteness Problem? (Popdust)
How Promising Young Woman Fails Assault Survivors (Popdust) 
Before Its Time: Videodrome and Mainstream Media Brainwashing (Popdust)