I Took Kate Nash to an East End Pool Club on a First Date
And we mainly spoke about mushrooms, the internet and astrology.
How the Women's March in Washington Changed My Life
Kate Nash—the London-born, LA-based singer—traveled to Washington to march and this is her experience.
Back Then with Ben Rayner
Looking Back at a Legendary UK Warehouse Party
Photographer Ben Rayner digs up his pictures from December 2006, including snaps from the first-ever Real Gold party, as well as pics from one of the Klaxons' first major gigs.
An Open Letter to
Kate Nash Shares an Open Letter to Obama About the Dakota Pipeline Signed by 290 Plus Musicians
Billie Joe Armstrong, Sia, Vic Mensa, Karen O, Alicia Keys, and many more have signed to voice their concern about the increasingly dire situation in North Dakota.
Kate Nash Is Back, Back, Back! Here's Her Video for "Good Summer"
It's an upbeat ode to the (often wet) wonder of an English summer, plus we talk to Kate about her forthcoming fifth LP, which is coming… but not necessarily the traditional way.
Kim Taylor Bennett
International Women's Day 2016
The Story of Dohrn, or How Kate Nash Got Into Death Metal
Alicia Warrington has played with everyone from Kelly Osbourne to Miley Cyrus to Selena Gomez. Stream her crushing new track "Levels of Hate" from her new death metal project, Dohrn.
Kate Nash: Remembering the Little Things
The British singer-songwriter tells us how her record label broke up with her over text message, and how sometimes you forget to pay the water bill.
Kate Nash's New Video "She Rules" Is the Perfect Birthday Extravaganza Keepsake for Kate Nash's Friends and Yours
Check out the cool DIY video, along with exclusive commentary from Kate Nash.
Firsties and Faves
Kate Nash Is a Festival Veteran, Whatever That Means
"There’s a lot of people looking pained and confused at this festival."
Kate Nash Discusses How She Was Made in a Minute
Playing piano is hard.
Kate Nash Talks the Song that Made Her
"Some people don't even recognize me, but they'll know the song," she says. That's the mark of a real classic.