Natalie Baker wears many hats, much to the chagrin of her hairdo. Currently, she is a marketing strategist for The Economist Group and freelance clients, as well as a freelance writer, graphic designer, drummer, guitarist, and cyclist. Before moving to New York City, she was the managing editor for She Shreds Magazine.
Du jour: "Heard em say" - Leikeli47, "Probably nu it" - Tree, "I don't smoke" - Mitski, "We Gon Make It" - Cam & China, "Ooo" - Karen O, "Waiting (PAL Remix)" - Alice Boman | Forever: "You Swan, Go On" - Mt Eerie, "Fuck and run" - Liz Phair, "Hanging on the telephone" - The Nerves, "Your love" - The Outfield, "Blue Pt II" - Waxahtachee, "On my block" - Scarface, "Good things" - Sleater-Kinney, "Returning to the Fold" - The Thermals, "Benzi Box" - Danger Doom
Currently/Technically: "Oreo" by Fran Ross, "Chelsea Girls" by Eileen Myles, this week's New Yorker | Memorably: "Push" by Sapphire, "Middlesex" by Jeffrey Eugenides, "Stone Butch Blues" by Leslie Feinberg, "Seven Brief Lessons on Physics" by Carlo Rovelli, "No Logo" by Naomi Klein | Perpetually: The Chicago Manual of Style, "The Untethered Soul" by Michael Singer, She Shreds Magazine, The Economist, David Sedaris