Nick Levine

Culture

'can you ever forgive me?' is a touching portrayal of queer loneliness

The low-key biopic of literary fraudster Lee Israel has become an LGBT cinema sleeper hit.
Nick Levine
2.15.19
Music

revisiting amy winehouse's debut album, frank, 15 years on

Everything you didn’t know about Amy’s earliest work.
Nick Levine
10.18.18
Think Pieces

why we can all do better with ghosting

Do we need to accept it as part of dating now, or does something need to change?
Nick Levine
10.6.18
Music

cher: the ultimate pop culture outsider we still don't deserve

She will probably out live everything; her ABBA covers album could go either way and she owns more crystal-studded clobber than a rhinestone cowperson, so why is Cher kind of an outsider?
Nick Levine
8.23.18
Music

six ways madonna influenced pop

Let's be honest here, there's way, way more than six.
Nick Levine
8.16.18
love week

a guide to sliding into people's dms without being a creep

Including a handy checklist.
Nick Levine
5.30.18
News

manchester's new lgbt safe haven is just what the queer community needs

i-D speaks to the people behind an innovative new housing scheme offering safe and secure accommodation for LGBT people in Salford.
Nick Levine
12.18.17
Music

on the record: madonna’s erotica by the people who helped create it

To celebrate its 25 birthday, we revisit Madonna’s provocative classic Erotica via the album’s key collaborators.
Nick Levine
10.20.17
Film

5 reasons why romy and michele’s high school reunion is a low key feminist classic

As it celebrates its 20th anniversary, we reflect on the film's importance.
Nick Levine
4.25.17
Music

as bananarama announce their comeback, we chat with the uk’s og girl group

Before the Spice Girls, All Saints, Sugababes, and Little Mix, there was Bananarama.
Nick Levine
4.25.17
Music

the records that made nelly furtado

Responsible for a handful of the noughties' most era-defining pop anthems, Nelly Furtado is back with a new album of "modern pop-alternative." Ahead of its release next week, the Canadian singer-songwriter gives us the songs that shaped her as a...
Nick Levine
3.21.17
Culture

HBO's girls: right on or problematic?

As Lena Dunham’s Brooklyn-based comedy enters its final season, we examine the good and the bad of the HBO series.
Nick Levine
2.13.17
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