Lindsey was raised on a steady diet of MTV with healthy servings of Rush, Queen, Neil Young, and Todd Rundgren. Her first concert experience was Cheap Trick at age four. Lindsey is a lifelong devotee to crossword puzzles, seltzer, and The Cure. She is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design and currently resides in New York.
Lindsey Whitefield's Latest Contributions
Daniel DeWitt’s second installment in his Phantom series gets a more positive reaction from The Blue Indian.
“Of The Dust” is a great example of solid Southern folk rock and yet avoids cliché. -Lindsey Whitefield
“Reactions to the album seem to be polarized, it’s being lauded as genius and censured as psychedelic pastiche.” -LW
“With ‘Are You My Mother?,’ Kathryn Calder has rightfully staked her claim as a relevant solo artist.” -LW
The Chaos hits the ground running with a high-intensity, Clash-influenced sound. The album continues in a decidedly post-punk fashion, albeit almost comically politely.If you are feeling a hankering for your angst-y teenage roots, this album may be for you. The drums keep the tempo of adolescent rebellion; adolescents rebelling against what exactly they’re not quite [...]
“I think Disconnect From Desire may surprise SVIIB fans . . .” -LW
“The first seven songs are the strongest of the album. . .” -LW
“While major praise has been drawn by their technical guitar work, I think what is more impressive is …” (Read More!)
In her usual short-and-to-the-point fashion, Lindsey gives Diskjokke’s record an 8 and calls it “fresh and optimistic.” (Read more)