I contributed an essay about my mother's singing voice, mental health and my Caribbean ancestry to a forthcoming collection of essays entitled,This Woman’s Work: Essays on Music, ed. by Kim Gordon and Sinéad Gleeson. Featuring contributions from Anne Enright, Fatima Bhutto, Jenn Pelly, Rachel Kushner, Juliana Huxtable, Leslie Jamison, Liz Pelly, Maggie Nelson, Margo Jefferson, Megan Jasper, Ottessa Moshfegh, Simone White and Yiyun Li

"Published to challenge the historic narrative of music and music writing being written by men, for men, This Woman’s Work seeks to confront the male dominance and sexism that have been hard-coded in the canons of music, literature, and film and has forced women to fight pigeon-holing or being side-lined by carving out their own space."


(Apr 2022)

An article exploring the themes of my BBC Radio 4 series, 'My Albion', for the fourth edition of Weird Walk - a zine for folkies and stone circle fanatics. Grab a copy while you can!

A written feature about the incredible deep house producer, Jenifa Mayanja, exploring her journey in music for Resident Advisor.

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