Weekend Reads

Sade, Kate Nash, Joan Baez, Suede …Weekend Reads

Kate Nash

Kate Nash (Photo: Chloe Sheppard)

This week’s round-up of in depth, longform collections of words about music published elsewhere goes thus:


Crack: Why Sade’s silent legacy is more relevant than ever (Jamie Milton)

Noisey: I Took Kate Nash to an East End Pool Club on a First Date (Daisy Jones)

Paste: Joan Baez: Last Leaf on the ‘60s Folk-Music Tree (Geoffrey Himes)

Dazed & Confused: Bunny Michael is the meme-making, psychedelic rapper touring with Fever Ray (Selim Bulut)

DIY: The Time For Moving On: Nakhane (Will Richards)

The Wire: “Write journalist write!” – an interview with protest singer Selda Bağcan (Shane Woolman)

Best Fit: London rapper Biig Piig got her name from a pizza menu and embodies the spirit of DIY collaboration (Claire Biddles)

Independent: This Charmless Man: How Morrissey’s big mouth struck again… and again (Nick Hasted)

Paste: Sunflower Bean on Youth Culture, the Future of Rock, and Why Everything Isn’t Spotify’s Fault (Beverley Bryan)

The Quietus: The Trouble With Menimalism: Rescuing Histories From The Cutting Room Floor (Jennifer Lucy Allan)

Crack: Flohio: Who’s This Girl? (Yemi Abiade)

The Quietus: Suede’s Debut Mapped The Wayward Sex & Glorious Failures Of Britishness (Jeremy Allen)

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