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Lana Del Rey

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Lana Del Rey: Original Sin

Interview by John Calvert, Quietus, The, 4 October 2011

Even though her song 'Video Games' emerged a couple of months back, Lana Del Rey has already experienced equal parts adulation and suspicion. Here, John ...

Lana Del Rey: Scala, London

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, Guardian, The, 17 November 2011

LANA DEL REY may become the most recognised stage name since fellow New Yorker Lady Gaga, but it's just as possible it will end up ...

Far from Dusty: Ren Harvieu and Lana Del Rey

Review by Kate Mossman, New Statesman, 23 January 2012

TWO GUYS ON a streetcar in 1940: "Say, have you heard about that horn player Louis Armstrong? He's so authentic! His mother was a prostitute, you ...

Lana Del Rey: Born To Die

Review by John Calvert, Quietus, The, 30 January 2012

ALL THAT FUSS over one song? You'd think there'd been a murder at the White House. ...

Lana Del Rey: Jazz Cafe, London ****

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, Times, The, 12 April 2012

BEING pop's latest It Girl clearly has its downsides. ...

Kelis, Grace Jones, Lana Del Rey, Chic, Friendly Fires et al: Lovebox Festival, Victoria Park, London

Live Review by Jude Rogers, Guardian, The, 18 June 2012


An American Nightmare: Lana Del Rey Live

Live Review by John Calvert, Quietus, The, 27 September 2012

I MET HER last year. She talked about loneliness and how she never had any time for religion, until she got into some trouble in ...

Lana Del Rey: Rhinestone Maiden

Interview by Edward Helmore, Vanity Fair, December 2012

IT'S BEEN A year and a half since the singer Lana Del Rey hatched fully formed from the pop incubator, like a "gangsta Nancy Sinatra," ...

Lana Del Rey: Ultraviolence (Polydor)

Review by Kate Allen, Disorder, June 2014

THE TITLE of Lana Del Rey's debut album — 2012's Born To Die — was apt. ...

Lana Del Rey: Ultraviolence (Interscope)

Review by Iman Lababedi, Rock NYC, 23 June 2014

SOMETIMES OTHER writers do your work for you and Caryn Ganz's  (former editor at Spin) excellent Rolling Stone review of Lana Del Rey's sophomore effort ...


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