Lauren O'Neill

Interviews

Uffie May Be Back, But She'll Never Stop Evolving

We caught up with the original queen of MySpace as she prepares for her glorious, and much longed-for, 2019 return.
Lauren O'Neill
3 days ago
Holy Shit

Bikini Kill Might Be 'Back' for 2019, But They've Always Mattered

'Revolution Girl Style Now!' and Forever.
Lauren O'Neill
1.16.19
Op-Eds

At Least the 2019 BRIT Award Nominations Feel Gender-Balanced

Giggs, Jorja Smith and Brockhampton were named among this year's nods, where paint-by-numbers pop stands beside rising innovators.
Lauren O'Neill
1.14.19
Noisey 2018

'Women In Rock' Is Dead; Long Live Women In Rock

If 2018 has taught us anything, it's that women's dominance of rock music isn't a trend – it's the new normal. Criticism has to reflect that.
Lauren O'Neill
12.19.18
New music

Meet Beabadoobee, the Gen Z Songwriter Crafting Simple, Affecting Earworms

Bea Kristi, better known as Beabadoobee, is the newest signing to Dirty Hit, and makes music for lighting candles to. Get to know her here.
Lauren O'Neill
12.14.18
Essays

The 1975's New Album Is a Hopeful Chronicle of Our Times

Or: "How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love The 1975."
Lauren O'Neill
11.30.18
Objectively Correct Lists

Remember When 'The X Factor' Was Good?

And by 'good' we mean very, very bad. We revisited some old performances as proof that you probably once enjoyed it.
Daisy Jones
Lauren O'Neill
11.28.18
Pity Party

Conor Oberst's Desaparecidos Project Made One of His Best Albums

2002's "Read Music, Speak Spanish" is still a reminder that you can sing about anti-capitalism and make it beautiful.
Lauren O'Neill
11.14.18
Noisey Roundtable

Here's a Passionate “Thong Song” Roundtable for Sisqo's 40th Birthday

Pls everyone, let's gather round and discuss the world's most extra song about some pants.
Daisy Jones
Emma Garland
Lauren O'Neill
Joel Golby
Hannah Ewens
11.9.18
First Dates

A Calming First Date with Lucy Dacus in a Japanese Tea Room

We talked about tarot, astrology, and accents on the 'Historian' and boygenius musician's first-ever "proper" date.
Lauren O'Neill
11.6.18
New music

"thank u, next" Is a Much-Needed Love Letter to Choosing to Be Alone

Ariana Grande's candid, personal new track feels like a sincere appreciation of the value of being single.
Lauren O'Neill
11.5.18
Pity Party

The ‘A Star Is Born’ Soundtrack Is Like a Trip Through Gaga’s Career

The film's music moves through the sub-genres she's touched upon across her four albums, reaffirming the popstar's versatility.
Lauren O'Neill
10.10.18
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