Jeremy Allen

Rip it up, start again: the fall and rise of Edwyn Collins
Music

Rip it up, start again: the fall and rise of Edwyn Collins

Back again — Despite suffering from two catastrophic haemorrhages in 2005, the post-punk pioneer is back making music as good as anything he produced before. He talks to writer Jeremy Allen about his road to recovery, Twitter, and the perils of wetting yourself in front of supermodels.

Written by: Jeremy Allen

‘Trump’s having a field day – we're all just playing along’
Music

‘Trump’s having a field day – we're all just playing along’

An interview with Lambchop — Since their first release in 1994, the group has transmogrified from a bunch of alt-country cowboys to Tennessee’s answer to Burial. Now, they’re back with a new – and considerably more political – album.

Written by: Jeremy Allen

‘It seems like I have this sexual fixation, but I don’t’
Music

‘It seems like I have this sexual fixation, but I don’t’

Meet Charlotte Adigéry — ‘A riot of surrealism’: Belgian-Guadaloupean electro star Charlotte Adigéry talks colonialism, wigs, and her new Soulwax-produced EP, Zandoli.

Written by: Jeremy Allen

‘The French are never happy with who they’ve elected’
Music

‘The French are never happy with who they’ve elected’

An interview with Lou Doillon — We catch up with the singer ahead of the release of her third album Soliloquy to talk politics, French resistance, and the power of the Insta DM.

Written by: Jeremy Allen

PETA’s propaganda is as effective as it is mortifying
Opinion

PETA’s propaganda is as effective as it is mortifying

‘Two birds, one scone’ — The animal rights organisation came under fire this week for putting speciesism on par with racism and homophobia. Considering their history of publicity stunts, the headline-grabbing should come as little surprise.

Written by: Jeremy Allen

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