Peter Holslin
Peter Holslin is a freelance journalist, music writer, and musician originally from San Diego, Calif. He was born in 1986. He is super chill, can make a fine cappuccino, enjoys a good hike, often makes up words, and prefers goat meat to every other kind of meat.

Though he spends much of his time tearing his hair out and punching himself in the face trying to perfect his writerly craft, he also occasionally makes weird beats and songs. Hit him up on Twitter -

Currently Listening:

Kamasi Washington - The Epic

Ahmad Jamal - At the Pershing: But Not For Me

Charlie Parker - The Complete Verve Master Takes

Charlie Parker and friends - Complete Jazz at Massey Hall

Earl Sweatshirt - I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside

Too $hort - Get In Where You Fit In

Richie Rich - Don't Do It

Young Thug - Barter 6

The Coup - Genocide & Juice

Erykah Badu - New Amerykah Part 1 (4th World War)

Nosaj Thing - Fated

Sam Cooke - The Complete Specialty Recordings

Funkadelic - Maggot Brain


Currently Watching:

Jazz (Ken Burns)

Game of Thrones

Silicon Valley

Cul de Sac: A Suburban War Story


Currently Reading:

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk by Ben Fountain

Black Music by Amiri Baraka

Rip It Up and Start Again: Postpunk 1978-1984 by Simon Reynolds

The First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic by Jessica Hopper

The end of Hamilton's initial run means more Clipping for us.
Peter Holslin celebrates new music from resident eccentric, Gonjasufi.
In the wake of the 'Fantasma' reissue, Peter Holslin reminds us why Cornelius is great.
On Katy B's attempt to bridge the gap between underground UK dance music and pop stardom. Peter Holslin tells you why.
Strut Records is re-issuing music from the great Tanzanian rock band, Sunburst.
Peter Holslin breaks down the music scene in Mali and the new documentary, They Will Have To Kill Us First.
Peter Holslin examines the hypnotic qualities of The Field's new single.
Peter Holslin takes a look at the new afro-funk re-issue on Now-Again.
Passion of the Weiss takes the week to celebrate the life and mourn the death of David Bowie.