Comedian Roy Wood Jr. waxes philosophic about America’s socio-political terrain, the purpose of comedy, and what drives him as a performer in LADYGUNN No.16! Photos + Story by Maeghan Donohue.
As the CEO of VÉRITÉ, Kelsey Byrne has defined her own parameters of success by leaning into a hard-earned autonomy and taking calculated creative risks. Photos by Angelo Kritikos + Story by Erica Hawkins for LADYGUNN No. 16!
English Indie group Pale Waves creates pop music that runs the emotional gamut. Photos by Danielle Defoe + Story by Gina Tron for LADYGUNN No. 16!
As Tom Robbins once wrote of The Doors, Chastity Belt’s new album is “early cunnilingual, late patricidal,” and we can’t stand how good it makes us feel.
Penelope Gazin made headlines last year for inventing a male co-founder to avoid sexist work emails, but she’s done way more than that.
Angel Olsen opens up about her process as a songwriter in LADYGUNN No. 16! Photos by Kathryna Hancock + Story by Brooke Segarra.
LADYGUNN NO.16 Fashion Editorial shot by R. Perry Flowers.
LADYGUNN talks to the South’s most promising rap prodigy, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, about positive change, family, and the future.
From the start, Terror Jr has injected pop culture with a major dose of mystery. Their origins seemingly unknown, even in this age of the internet’s omniscience, the band claims the project is an ongoing “social experiment.” We get a little closer to the magic.
In her most recent release, an emo-inspired mixtape A Girl Cried Red. Princess Nokia shows that unfiltered unabashed can cross any genre and resonate deeply.