Selected recent criticism

Wednesday, Rat Saw God | Hazel Cills, 2023
Elvin Jones, Revival: Live at Pookie’s Pub | Marcus J. Moore, 2022
Alvvays, Blue Rev | Jacob Ganz, 2022
Taylor Swift, Midnights | Ann Powers, 2022
Wild Pink, ILYSM | H. Seidlitz, 2022
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Cool It Down | Stacey Anderson, 2022
Jake Blount, The New Faith | Jewly Hight, 2022
Alex G, God Save The Animals | Hazel Cills, 2022
Oliver Sim, Hideous Bastard | Cyrena Touros, 2022
Jenny Hval, Classic Objects | Hazel Cills, 2022
Rina Sawayama, Hold The Girl | Laura Snapes, 2022
Laura Veirs, Found Light | Laura Snapes, 2022
Sylvan Esso, No Rules Sandy | Cyrena Touros, 2022
Angel Olsen, Big Time | Katie Presley, 2022
Harry Styles, Harry’s House | Cyrena Touros, 2022
Maren Morris, Humble Quest and Molly Tuttle, Crooked Tree | Jewly Hight, 2022
Raveena, Asha’s Awakening |Vrinda Jagota, 2022
Nilüfer Yanya, PAINLESS | Hazel Cills, 2022
Mitski, Laurel Hell | Ann Powers, 2022
Brandi Carlile, In These Silent Days | Brittney McKenna, 2021
21 Savage and Metro Boomin, Savage Mode II | Christina Lee, 2020

Selected recent features

Tennessee musicians grapple with the potential impact of new anti-drag law| Jewly Hight, 2023
On its debut album, Meet Me @ The Altar carries a pop-punk legacy into the future | Cyrena Touros, 2023
50 years later, the celebrations and contradictions of ‘Wattstax’ still resonate | Ashawnta Jackson, 2023
Florist is here to make friends | Mia Hughes, 2022
On ‘Take It Like a Man,’ Amanda Shires takes aim for the heavens | Brittney McKenna, 2022
Lavender Country’s Patrick Haggerty was embraced as gay country music’s radical elder | Jewly Hight, 2022
Recovering and reclaiming Black women’s place in music history | Ashawnta Jackson, 2022
The soundtrack to Mardi Gras, from its first wave to its golden age | Molly Reid Cleaver, 2022
With All Eyes On Country Music, Will Black Nashville Get The Reckoning It Deserves? | Jewly Hight, 2021
Illuminati Hotties Dares You To Laugh | Lyndsey McKenna, 2021
Selena At 50: Preserving And Protecting A Precious Legacy | Deborah Paredez, 2021
Equal At Last? Women In Jazz, By The Numbers | Lara Pellegrinelli, 2021

Series & projects

I served various editing and project management roles on the following projects:
Turning the Tables: The Spark: 6 socially conscious musicians on the women who inspire them, 2022
Turning the Tables: Records That Changed Our Lives, 2012-2022
We Insist: A Timeline of Protest Music in 2020, 2020
South Got Something To Say: A Celebration of Southern Rap, 2020
Turning the Tables: 8 Women Who Invented American Popular Music, 2019
Turning the Tables: The 200 Greatest Songs by 21st Century Women+, 2018
Turning the Tables: The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women, 2017