Articles by Lily Moayeri
Zero 7 Discuss Returning to Form for Their New “Shadows” EP
Henry Binns on long-distance collaboration, adding Lou Stone to the mix, and continuing to write only for themselves.
30 Years of Music’s Influence on Voter Registration
Organizers of HeadCount, Rock the Vote, and other youth-empowering voter education groups—and some of the artists they work with—share how music continues to push for democracy.
Behind the Music That Drives “Killing Eve”
We spoke with composer David Holmes from Unloved and music supervisor Catherine Grieves about the show’s killer soundtrack.
In Conversation: The Stars of the Original “Valley Girl” Movie Reunite
Deborah Foreman, E.G. Daily, and Heidi Holicker reunite to chat with the writer of the new musical adaptation
Rain Phoenix’s LaunchLeft to Honor River Phoenix’s 50th Birthday with Digital Singles Series
The series will include unheard tracks from River’s band Aleka’s Attic and others.
20 Revelations from “Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert”
On the day Coachella 2020 should have been kicking off, here’s what we learned from the new documentary film.
Grouplove Finds Catharsis on “Healer”
A decade into their career together, Christian Zucconi and Hannah Hooper discuss family, origins, and recovery.
Air’s Nicolas Godin Doesn’t Feel the Music Industry Pressure
At 50, the French musician’s made his third solo album and lives contentedly in Paris, far away from the scene.
Liam Gallagher Refuses to Change
The English rocker on his sophomore solo album “Why Me? Why Not.” and doing things on his own terms.
Natasha Khan Finds Herself on Bat for Lashes’ “Lost Girls”
The English expat talks her new album, alter egos, settling in LA, and giving back to the community.
Jamila Woods Makes Poetry a Priority
An incidental enrollment in a performative poetry class led the Chicago artist to a career in music.
Redd Kross Aren’t Resting on Their Laurels
Jeff and Steve McDonald on “Beyond the Door” and keeping the party going for over forty years.
Of Monsters and Men Are Changing Up Their Writing Style
The Icelandic band’s frontwoman Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir on their new album and why they won’t move to America.
In the Classroom with SASAMI
When she’s not touring behind her debut album, she’s eager to share her passion for music with younger generations.
Nick Murphy Is Coming Out of His Shell
The artist formerly known as Chet Faker balances solidarity and collaboration on his new LP, “Run Fast Sleep Naked.”
There’s No Seven-Year Itch at Desert Daze 2018
Desert Daze moves to a new location but keeps the same far out vibe.