Nina Mashurova

Nina is an Associate Editor at Impose and contributes to Portals, The Media and other independent outlets.

Nina Mashurova's Posts

Prince Harvey, “The New Black”

A nightlife lookbook hijacking marketing language to promote an intangible.

Coffins Across Centuries: M. Lamar’s Real Life Negrogothic Horror

“The spiritual-as-revolutionary, apocalyptic rapture thing is a big deal for this whole project.”

Rediscovering Poetry: Cocorosie Takes Refuge in Heartache City

Bianca Casady talks rejecting effects, prizing ambiguity, and mediating criticism.

Natural Velvet, “Crash”

A spooky camp-punk meditation on gender performance, identity, and authenticity. Plus a song that seriously rips.

Stream The Homewreckers’ I Statements

Punk to get you through.

Worriers, “Chasing”

You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometime, you find you get a fun party and some cool shades.

Stream two tracks from Protection Fruit by Audrey Otherway & April Mei

Trauma, healing, and sharp songwriting on this punk split.

Abdu Ali and Lower Dens touring together

Two of our faves on tour together.

PWR BTTM, “West Texas”

Wherever you go, there you are.

Fielded’s Boy Angel and the power of unmodulated feels

Baroque future pop with a strong emotional core.

Blake Schwarzenbach of Jawbreaker playing a show with Jawbreaker Reunion

Breaking the internet.

Rizzla, “Iron Cages”

Calm defiance and dark bass on the first single off the highly anticipated debut EP on Fade to Mind.

Scully, “Don’t Want That”

Plus a conversation with the band that shares their LAMC split with La Luz.

Clipping members & Signor Benedick the Moor, “12:00am”

A trippy collaboration testing how far the rabbit hole goes.

Prince Harvey, PHATASS

The album was recorded fully at the Apple store, but there’s more to it than that.

Slouch, Toxic Bitch

Wrath and survival from Olympia queercore punks.

Moses Sumney, “O Superman”

An improvised cover becomes a cyborg prayer.

Hitmane, Trapped IRL

Deep internet pop from Blackbird Blackbird and AVIDD’s new label.

Worriers, “Yes All Cops”

Silence is a loaded gun.

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