Stranger Things's Maya Hawke Finds Her Voice
While we were all anxiously awaiting the release of the fourth season of Netflix’s bingeable classic Stranger Things during its pandemic-length hiatus, recent Julliard School dropout Maya Hawke—who also happens to be one of the show’s most beloved leading women, not to mention Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke’s daughter—got up to something a little different: she recorded her second album, out this September, with 13 new tracks that take equal inspiration from the poetry of John Donne, an ancient Egyptian sculpture of a blue hippopotamus in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the “ridiculousness of male actors” everywhere. Here, she catches up with fellow costar Sadie Sink, to discuss her irreverent character’s emotional arc, her own creative process, defensive mechanisms, and portraying multi-dimensional women on screen.
Post-Celine Score, Leah Hennessey Premieres Byron Is Dead
Musician and playwright Leah Hennessey first landed in our pages for her Youtube show "Zhe Zhe" with her co-conspirators Ruby McCollister and Emily Allan. Today she is top of brain thanks to a recent collaboration with Celine and Hedi Slimane for their latest runway show which she scored. Here, she gives her own visuals to the track. Beware there are teasers for her upcoming television show with Allan: Illuminati Detectives and strong New Romantic overtones.Read More
It Girl Suki Waterhouse Gets a Cool, New Sound
The model, actor and musician has released her debut album “I Can’t Let Go,” full of nostalgia, melancholia and summer hits.Read More
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