My first Centerfold!

The inaugural issue of The Art Gorgeous has me featured as the centerfold! Could have guessed my first centerfold would be in an art magazine, eh?!

Earbuddy: Video Premiere

Maybe you happened to catch ONA’s Sex Rock EP earlier this year, but if you haven’t, the 5-song selection takes inspiration from a diverse cast of musicians: Mazzy Star, Lana Del Rey, Liz Phair, Pink Floyd, and more. Sex Rock is just a small taste of ONA’s lush orchestral bedroom rock, which will be fully […]

Audiofemme: Video Premiere

NYC-based visual artist and Instagram vixen, Ona, is following up her debut EP from earlier this year with a new sex-positive music video for sensual dream-pop record, “Open My Hips”. The track is beautifully orchestrated, featuring melodic piano lines, ferocious crashing high-hat drums, and most notably Ona’s gorgeous, breathy alto vocals which have drawn comparisons […]

Pure Volume: Video Premiere “Goin Out”

If you’re not familiar with ONA’s music, buckle up. The New York City-based visual artist is releasing her maiden EP, and from that collection comes her salacious video for “Goin’ Out.” The risque clip sees her hanging out wearing very little, but let that distract you. The song cooks and its uptempo. driving indie rock […]

Impose Magazine Review and Premiere

“Ona burst into the universal pop conscious at the beginning of 2016 with her Sex Rock EP where her blueprint of boudoir bedroom pop was laid out to take over the future of what chamber rock should be. With news abounding that the vocal pop star/model/heroine has been working on her ambitious album debut Lullabies […]

Blackbook Premiere: Marilyn-esque Video For ONA’s ‘It Takes Two (To Be A Girl)’

It’s a strangely existential pronouncement, to be sure. But New York based singer, poet, and multimedia artist ONA’s new single “It Takes Two (To Be A Girl)” is certainly food for metaphysical thought. The bold “pro-sex” Fourth-Wave Feminist has fearlessly and daringly held forth on female sexuality, been written up in Artforum and had her work exhibited […]


The original article I wrote is here. The published article, which was edited without my approval, is here.