Eve Barlow, The Federalist

Eve Barlow

The Federalist

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Eve:

Why Whoopi Goldberg's Holocaust Interpretation Is Dumb As Rocks

The Holocaust was not, as Goldberg put it, about 'man's inhumanity to man.' It was about man's genocide of Jews. → Read More

Kim Gordon on her first solo album, anxiety, and finding inspiration in Cardi B

The rock icon is back in Los Angeles and about to drop No Home Record, a project that melds dirge-y electronica and distorted guitars with her observational poetry. → Read More

Lauren Mayberry, Donita Sparks, more on the everlasting legacy of Bikini Kill

In the front row of Bikini Kill’s first show in 22 years is a child sitting on her father’s shoulders.… → Read More

Hanging with H.E.R.: Here's how the R&B prodigy spent her Grammys weekend

"I'm out to play music," says the newly-minted Grammy winner. "Ain't no turning back now.” → Read More

Bebe Rexha on debut album 'Expectations' and 'Meant to Be'

Step one: Never write with anyone in mind. Step two: take baths → Read More

Bebe Rexha on 'Girls' backlash: 'People automatically went for the negative’

“My sexual life is nobody's business. But we're singing a song about kissing girls and that remains true to who I am." → Read More

LCD Soundsystem's First of Five Palladium Shows Is a Cathartic Dance Party

“I am literally here all week," James Murphy deadpanned, as his disco-punk juggernaut's long reunion tour rolled into L.A. → Read More

Concert Review: Kesha’s ‘Rainbow’ Tour Finale Is a Cathartic Roar for Adoring Crowd

Kesha finished off the North American leg of her "Rainbow" tour before an adoring crowd at the Hollywood Palladium. → Read More

Coldplay Bring Their Head Full of Dreams Tour — and Heightened Security — to the Rose Bowl

Heightened security gave Friday night's Rose Bowl performance by Coldplay an added edge of tension. Chris Martin did his level best to dispel it — and mostly succeeded. → Read More

A Tour of Desert Daze's Joshua Tree Home With Founders Phil Pirrone and Mason Rothschild

"We're building a religion," says Desert Daze art director Mason Rothschild. That might sound grandiose, but anyone who's been to the intimate festival in Joshua Tree knows what he's talking about. → Read More

Gothic Tropic's Cecilia Della Peruti Shreds for Beck and Makes Earworm Indie Pop for Herself

After years of playing guitar for everyone else, from Borns to Beck, the Echo Park singer-guitarist is finally focusing on her own music. → Read More

Starcrawler's Arrow de Wilde Likes Freaking Out Her Audiences With Fake Blood

Their raucous, fake-blood-soaked shows, led by manic frontwoman Arrow de Wilde, are already generating controversy and upstaging more well-established bands. → Read More

Song Review: Kesha’s ‘Praying’

They say hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, but on “Praying,” Kesha pushes through her demons and possesses a remarkable level of empathy and understanding. → Read More

How Beijing Drummer Shi "Atom" Lu Found Her Calling

We sit down with Shi "Atom" Lu, a Beijing-based drummer for punk bands like Hedgehog and Nova Heart to discuss self-discovery through music. → Read More

The in-between moments of life on the road with Warpaint

Robin Laananen is both a photographer and the psych rock quartet’s tour manager, and her new book US/THEM collects six years worth of photos from the band on the road → Read More

Milck's Connie Lim Is the "One-Woman Riot" Behind the Women's March Anthem "Quiet"

The viral hit, sung a cappella at the anti-Trump women's march in D.C., has catapulted its creator to international fame — and now, a deal with Atlantic Records. → Read More

Paramore Grows Up With ‘After Laughter’ — But Will Fans Follow?

After 13 years as a band, Paramore is veering away from their pop-punk roots. Will it lose the rabid fans who got it where it is? → Read More

HAIM Debut New Song ‘Right Now,’ Paul Thomas Anderson-Directed Video — Not a Moment Too Soon

It’s about HAIM, and it’s about time. The sister trio that took the music world by storm in 2013 with their debut album “Days Are Gone” is back with a new song and an accomp… → Read More

Why Lady Gaga's Weekend Two Coachella Set Was a Huge Letdown

Who gagged Gaga? The usually outrageous, outspoken pop star seemed tame and tentative in a trying-too-hard-to-please Coachella headlining set. → Read More

Musicians Geek Out to Lorde's Coachella Performance: "Her Voice Is So Fucking On"

Fellow musicians are slightly in awe of the young New Zealand pop star. "Her voice is so fucking on," says LPX's Lizzy Plapinger. → Read More