Music Monday

Au Revoir Simone's Annie Hart Forgives Herself
The synth-pop performer on coming into her own and owning the stage.

A weekly selection of noteworthy music and albums curated by Team Lenny.

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Ché Aimee Dorval On The Power of Collaboration
The indie singer talks working with Devin Townsend and using her art to make a difference
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The Unwavering Positivity of Shamir
The musician talks Tegan and Sara, his new album, and overcoming tribulations.
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This Yemeni Refugee Tells Her Story Through Music
A profile of the artist Methal.
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Tei Shi's Music Evades Definition
As she tours her first full-length album, Valerie Teicher opens up about the childhood experiences and self-doubt that inspired her latest...
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The Go-Go's Guitarist Jane Wiedlin Is Back With a Surprising New Album
The '70s punk rocker isn't done with music despite all the naysayers.
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The Walkman Was a Machine for Daydreaming
An ode to the bygone device.
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Emily Haines on the Lifesaving Power of Music
Metric front woman and Broken Social Scene member Emily Haines on her first solo album in a decade.
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A Concert for Yoko Ono Reveals a Bright Young Artist
Moor Mother's Camae Ayewa on time travel, performance art, and poetry.
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Jessica Lea Mayfield's New Album Makes Noise About Domestic Violence
We premiere her new song "Offa My Hands."
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Zola Jesus's Reading List
The books that kept singer-songwriter Nika Roza Danilova going during the recording of her latest album, Okovi.
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The Alternate Universe of Midnight Sister
Juliana Giraffe talks Midnight Sister's debut album, prophesies, and being in mime school. Plus, watch their new video "Clown."
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Music Monday: A Dance Song, a Breakup Song, a Fight Song, a Fuck You
An ode to Metric's "Combat Baby."
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Whispertown's Morgan Nagler Rediscovers Her Voice
The musician and actress talks with Lenny about Whispertown's next album, life without insurance, and her enduring capacity for optimism.
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Revisiting "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie"
On Alanis Morisette's underrated follow-up to 1995's Jagged Little Pill.
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The B-Girls: The Greatest Band That Never Was
The B-Girls opened for The Clash, and counted Debbie Harry as a fan — so how come they didn't make it?
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Music Monday: Briana Marela on the Many Truths of Love
The singer-songwriter opens up about her new record Call It Love. Plus, we premiere the song "Feel What I Feel."
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Music Monday: This Is the Kit Is Redefining Folk Music
An interview with Kate Stables, the Paris-based folk musician, on her band's latest and most spacious album.
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Music Monday: How Ameriie's Music Gave Me a Sense of Belonging
Asian American writer Sally Wen Mao reflects on how Ameriie's 2002 debut offered her sanctuary amid the social difficulties of high school.
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Music Monday: Jemima Kirke Reflects on Turning 32 in a New Music Video
A video premiere of Lola Kirke's newest song, "Not Used."
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