Anwen Crawford


Anwen Crawford
Anwen Crawford is The Monthly’s music critic.



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When no one is left

blog

The crisis in Australian arts coverage

The particular lives of ‘Certain Women’

Culture

Kelly Reichardt’s latest film is another quiet triumph

Feel the divine

Culture

A new compilation celebrates the devotional music of jazz legend Alice Coltrane

Kendrick rising

Culture

With his new album, ‘Damn’, Kendrick Lamar cements his status as the world’s reigning hip-hop artist

Race, celebrity and power in ‘OJ: Made in America’

Culture

The documentary is a powerful examination of the OJ Simpson trial within the context of race relations in the US

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Crossing over

Culture

On George Michael, race and pop

Still from Moonlight

The surprising ‘Moonlight’

blog

Barry Jenkins’ film turns the universal coming-of-age story into something very specific and intimate

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Who’s the boss now?

Culture

Bruce Springsteen is the consummate live performer

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Climax isn’t the point

Culture

Emily Witt’s ‘Future Sex’ and Sheila Rowbotham’s ‘Rebel Crossings’ approach the concept of free love from different perspectives

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