Liz Colville is a freelance writer and editor for publications including Spinner, Tiny Mix Tapes, Baeble Music, and her music blog Lizzyville. She has previously been a staff writer at Pitchfork and Stylus Magazine and was a founding employee at findingDulcinea, where she was a senior writer and social media coordinator. She graduated from Wesleyan University and grew up in London, Nova Scotia, and on the island of Cyprus. She is currently working on writing some short stories, probably in Gorilla Coffee in Brooklyn.
A powerful trio of female singers created three distinct atmospheres on a hot, humid evening in Central Park.
07 Sep 2009
Three unique women vocalists from Australia, Oregon and Brooklyn carried a night of modern folk music that, as the headlining Alela Diane put it, made sense together.
25 Aug 2009
On the Internet, we must continually ask ourselves what we are doing, to borrow Twitter's slogan, which sounds at turns like a taunt, a greeting, and an admonishment from God.
14 Jun 2009
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