The below is just a small sample of my published writing over the years:

Pitchfork

The 150 Best Albums of the 1990s: Soundgarden, Radiohead blurbs (September 2022)

The Soft Moon: Exister review (September 2022)

Jennifer Vanilla: Body Music review (August 2022)

Σtella: Up and Away review (June 2022)

Lotic: Water review (December 2021)

The Creative Independent

Musician and visual artist Dana Margolin on giving your work time to rest” (June 2022)

Writer and label head Nabil Ayers on balancing your creative interests” (June 2022)

Author R. Eric Thomas on the importance of getting out into the world” (February 2022)

Writer Dan Ozzi on finding your audience” (October 2021)

Paste Magazine

Björk’s Fossora Is a Dense, Challenging Experiment with Occasional Missteps” (September 2022)

NoSo Shows Their Work on Their Dream-Pop Debut Stay Proud of Me” (July 2022)

Just Mustard Break Noise-Rock Ground on Heart Under” (May 2022)

GQ

Inside the Crazy World of Perfume Genius’ Newsletter” (October 2021)

MTV News

How LGBTQ+ Artists Made TikTok a Space for Sharing Their Stories” (June 2022)

There’s a Mental-Health Crisis Among Musicians. How Can We Solve It?” (May 2022)

The Prying Eyes of Snail Mail’s Valentine” (November 2021)

Indigo de Souza Is Just Being Honest” (August 2021)

The A.V. Club

Bloc Party attempts a revival on the uneven Alpha Games” (April 2022)

Portishead’s Third still sounds like nothing else, including Portishead” (February 2022)

The best albums of 2021: The Ballots” (December 2021)

The 20 best albums of 2021 (Halsey, The Weather Station blurbs)” (December 2021)

FLOOD Magazine

FLOOD 12 Cover Story: The Community of Phoebe Bridgers’ Saddest Factory Records (February 2022)

“The Best Songs of 2021” (Remi Wolf blurb) (December 2021)

Mykki Blanco Is Here To Stay” (June 2021)

SOPHIE’s Loss Is Devastating for Pop Music, LGBTQ+ Culture, and Everything Between” (February 2021)

Bandcamp Daily

On “What Would the Odd Do?” Guerilla Toss Bid Farewell to Addiction” (October 2019)

Chicago’s Futurehood Elevates Queer and Trans Artists of Color” (November 2018)

Billboard

How Sounds Australia Is Paving Global Paths for Australian Artists” (June 2019)