Lana del Rey
Grimy Glamour, Heartbreak and Healing and Faded American Dreams On Del Rey’s 'Blue Banisters'
Lana Del Rey's new album 'Blue Banisters' finds our consummate queen of heartbreak more bewitching than ever.
10 Years Ago, Azealia Banks Was Set For World Domination
In 2011, rapper Azealia Banks dropped her debut single ‘212’. It was a critically acclaimed festival and club classic, but its maker’s penchant for controversy saw her career take a different turn. Now, 10 years on, Jackson Langford looks back at Banks’ many twists and turns, and the contradictions it has illuminated.
Just Jack Antonoff’s 10 Greatest Songs
We’re paying our respects to the one-man hit machine that is Jack Antonoff with a look back at his best tracks – so far.
The American Nightmare of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’
On her excellent new album ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’, LDR continues her deep dive into America’s underbelly with more clarity than ever before.
Lana Del Rey Responds To Backlash Over New Album’s Artwork
“I’m not the one storming the Capitol, I’m literally changing the world"
Celebrities Are Also Struggling To Deal With Election Uncertainty
Chrissy Teigen is stress cooking.
Lana Del Rey On How Not To Wear A Mask & What Her New Record Has In Common With Kermit The Frog
In conversation with producer Jack Antonoff, the singer discusses everything from her coming album Chemtrails Over The Country Club To Kermit The Frog.
Lana Del Rey’s Stunning New Poetry Audiobook Is Out & That’s Our Weekend Sorted
Stunning spoken words.