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Marianne Eloise

Marianne is a freelance writer covering music, TV, film, mental health and more for Vulture, i-D, Paper, The Cut, Nylon etc
Amy Lee Evanescence

Evanescence’s Amy Lee: “What we’re up against now is something that involves everyone”

Even over the phone, Amy Lee’s presence is soothing. She’s achieved, or earned, a level of calm that comes only with experience, offering her...

Nicole Richie has released a trap album about gardening because… 2020?

For any of it to make any sense at all, we need to rewind to earlier this year, when Nicole Richie launched a show...
Pop punk videos

The best pop-punk music videos ever made

Remember music videos? More specifically, remember sitting for hours on end, flicking between Kerrang! and MTV2, devouring every pop-punk video your little heart could...
My Chemical Romance songs

Every My Chemical Romance song ranked from worst to best

It's a tough job but somebody's gotta do it. Marianne Eloise ranks every album track by My Chemical Romance.
Bright Eyes

Bright Eyes: “Dudes just don’t like our band”

“Every day is like the same day, over and over again,” Conor Oberst half-mutters over Zoom, his soft voice wavering in the distinct way...

Billie Eilish’s new song ‘My Future’ is a funky celebration of single life

Billie just dropped her first track since February's Bond theme.

10 albums we’ve still got to look forward to in 2020

The industry is struggling right now, but despite release delays, gig cancellations and other difficulties, there are a lot of artists putting out really...

Sex, Death and The Rebirth of Creeper

Will Gould is cursed. Or, at least, the release of his band Creeper’s second album might be. 'Sex, Death & The Infinite Void', which was...
Gerard Way

Gerard Way goes retro on groovy new track ‘Here Comes The End’

For My Chemical Romance fans, the last year has been one of ups and downs. After years of teasing, MCR finally reformed towards the...
Crowd shot

For those with anxiety, the return of live music poses even more of a...

As many of us count down the days until we can be back down the front at a gig, some music fans are wondering if the thing they love is gone for good.