BLAHsmopolitan
"Slayyyter positions herself as pop music's first great spiritual medium- resurrecting the damned pop sounds of yore, back with a vengeance."
On phone sex, intimacy issues, and "faking it."
"Sexorcism is a filthy party record that relishes in its niche appeal, even if its comfort in discomfort makes certain songs practically unlistenable."
Writing
"High Road is an unrepentant endurance test of the listener's cringe response."
"Baggage" Red Shoes Review, 2018
"Close Call" Hello Mr Magazine, Issue 08
On the various mysteries and fluids of love.
A weekly column about sex, alcohol, and undergrad.
"This was the beginning of something: pop that hollers back, pop that trudges forth."
Can't Keep a Good Hollaback Girl Down: The 15th Anniversary of Love, Angel Music Baby, PopMatters 2020
On power, trauma, and Jerry Springer.
Brooke Candy, "Sexorcism" Review - PopMatters 2019
"The Way He Moves" TeenInk, Fall 2015
Slayyyter "Slayyyter" Review, PopMatters 2019
"All Fags Go to Heaven" Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, 2019
Kesha "High Road" Review, PopMatters 2020
On body dysmorphia, panic, and dancing like everybody is watching.