New York has named Lindsay Zoladz its new pop music critic. She comes to the magazine from Pitchfork, where she served as an associate editor since last year.
“Lindsay is one of the freshest voices writing about music today, versatile and lucid, with the rare ability to surface big ideas while conveying to the reader a clear sense of the quality of the music itself,” said New York’s editor, Adam Moss, in a statement. “She can write long and short, and can effortlessly move print to the web, from essays to short reviews and commentary on music news. She’s a superb addition to our already- formidable team of critics.”
Zoladz starts her new role August 11.