Worth The Wait

Ladyhawke, a.k.a. Pip Brown, 32, features in the Guardian’s ‘The Week in Music — in pictures’ gallery performing a free in-store gig at Rough Trade, east London. The release of Brown’s highly-anticipated second album Anxiety has been postponed until May. “I’ve got an album coming out … eventually,” she told the audience. “I’ll probably be 40 by the time it [does].” The Independent’s Simon Price writes: “On this evidence, it’ll be worth the wait. Opener ‘Blue Eyes’ reveals a beefier sound than her electropop debut. Best of all is ‘Sunday Drive’, whose driving dramatic melody is reminiscent of The Motors’ ‘Airport’.”


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Annaleese Jochems’s Debut Novel Alive and Squirming

Annaleese Jochems’s Debut Novel Alive and Squirming

“Cynthia, the simpering, scheming, covetous emotional sinkhole of New Zealander Annaleese Jochems’ assured debut novel, Baby, is alive and squirming; a memorable addition to the growing coterie of unapologetic antiheroines (dis)gracing…