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Editor at Love Letters Zine — Scotland

Describe your style in three words?

All the things.

The first track you played on repeat?

Billie Piper - Because We Want To

Through my pink walkman plugged into the ears of four year old me, obviously accompanied by full bedroom dance routines pretending to be Billie.

A song from your favorite album?

The Breeders - Hag

I love everything Kim Deal does and Last Splash is one of my forever favourite albums. It's a bit angry, but also quite slinky - my favourite combination.

A song from your most memorable gig?

Patti Smith - Land: Horses / Land of a Thousand Dances / La Mer(de)

I used to live in Perth, Australia and most tours tend to skip the lonely western city, so when the Patti tour was announced I took a four hour flight to Melbourne to see the show. It was everything and more, seeing her play with such raw energy and passion, I’ll never forget it.

A song that always gets you up and dancing?

INXS - Need You Tonight

Play this and I'm there.

A new song you're listening to?

Nilüfer Yanya - Paralysed

Everything about this album is so great and such an impressive debut. Paralysed is a real stand out track for me, I really love the dirty guitars.

Best song to turn up loud?

Pulp - Babies

My go-to karaoke song and I recommend turning it up very loud to drown out my extremely questionable Jarvis Cocker impression.

A song that defines the teenage you?

The Strokes - Is This It

The Strokes were everything to me as a teenager, and the first band I really delved into and devoured all of their work. 'Is This It' is one of my favourite openers from any album ever.

An anthemic song?

Slowdive - When The Sun Hits

Every Slowdive song transports me to another world which I just want to sit in and soak up.

Best song to end an all-nighter?

The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Anenome

One of my most played tracks ever, I like to play it at night to fall asleep to. I'm not known for all nighters because I like my bed a lot, but I reckon I could get everyone to chill really nicely with this one.

Describe your style in three words?

All the things.

The first track you played on repeat?

Billie Piper - Because We Want To

Through my pink walkman plugged into the ears of four year old me, obviously accompanied by full bedroom dance routines pretending to be Billie.

A song from your favorite album?

The Breeders - Hag

I love everything Kim Deal does and Last Splash is one of my forever favourite albums. It's a bit angry, but also quite slinky - my favourite combination.

A song from your most memorable gig?

Patti Smith - Land: Horses / Land of a Thousand Dances / La Mer(de)

I used to live in Perth, Australia and most tours tend to skip the lonely western city, so when the Patti tour was announced I took a four hour flight to Melbourne to see the show. It was everything and more, seeing her play with such raw energy and passion, I’ll never forget it.

A song that always gets you up and dancing?

INXS - Need You Tonight

Play this and I'm there.

A new song you're listening to?

Nilüfer Yanya - Paralysed

Everything about this album is so great and such an impressive debut. Paralysed is a real stand out track for me, I really love the dirty guitars.

Best song to turn up loud?

Pulp - Babies

My go-to karaoke song and I recommend turning it up very loud to drown out my extremely questionable Jarvis Cocker impression.

A song that defines the teenage you?

The Strokes - Is This It

The Strokes were everything to me as a teenager, and the first band I really delved into and devoured all of their work. 'Is This It' is one of my favourite openers from any album ever.

An anthemic song?

Slowdive - When The Sun Hits

Every Slowdive song transports me to another world which I just want to sit in and soak up.

Best song to end an all-nighter?

The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Anenome

One of my most played tracks ever, I like to play it at night to fall asleep to. I'm not known for all nighters because I like my bed a lot, but I reckon I could get everyone to chill really nicely with this one.