Jellybones is a music journalism publication run by students with critical perspectives on music and culture. We strive to amplify the voices of people of color, those who identify as queer and/or non-cis-male, and those from lower-class backgrounds - in other words, those marginalized within the music industry and the nebulous tides of the independent music community.

We encourage criticism where necessary. Please feel free to email us at staff@jellybones.net with any comments, including typos, factual errors, and responses to our writing. If you are an artist who would like to be included in Jellybones through an interview, article, or longform feature, please feel free to email us yourselves or have a publicist/manager contact us. Article submissions can be sent to staff@jellybones.net as well. If you are interested in being a permanent member of our staff, shoot us an email and we'll talk!

We aim to compensate writers for every article written. If you regularly consume our content, please consider supporting us on Ko-fi or becoming a Patreon patron. We wish to support people who write about the music that's meaningful to them.
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Editor-in-Chief
Young Fenimore Lee
(he/him)
Pictured: Henry, his pet Jellybone
Young is the son of two Korean musicians and was born and raised in the Chicago metropolitan area. He's currently going through emocore/screamo essentials, and he loves indie rock, indie folk, emo, post-hardcore, and math rock. Feel free to take a look at his rateyourmusic account, his last.fm, and this collage of the 100 albums he considers most personally important to him.
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Writer
Suhas Sastry
(he/him)
Pictured: Hermann, his pet Ghosting
Suhas is a heavy metal fan from Virginia. Death metal and crust punk catch his ear, but trad metal owns his heart.