Liz Pelly is a writer and editor based in New York. She is currently at work on her first book, Mood Machine: The Rise of Spotify and the Costs of the Perfect Playlist, to be published in 2024 by Astra House. She works as a contributing editor at the Pioneer Works Broadcast and an adjunct instructor at NYU Tisch.
- "There's endless choice, but you're not listening": music fans quitting streaming, The Guardian
- Zola Jesus finds purpose in the process, NPR
- Press Play: International Anthem's Scottie McNeice on expanding audiences for challenging music, The Broadcast
- Library Music: Public libraries offer small-scale streaming alternatives for local archiving, The Broadcast
- Socialized Streaming: A case for universal music access, Real Life
- With gigs canceled and no relief, musicians form a nationwide union, In These Times