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. Her byline has appeared at The Baffler, Guardian, NPR, Pioneer Works Broadcast, and many other outlets. She is 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