Lawrence Rothman

LA-based singer/songwriter/producer Lawrence Rothman uses their struggles with gender identity, family conflict, and social alienation to create avant-pop confessionals, inviting the listener into the fractured world of Rothman’s psyche. Their latest mini-album I Know I’ve Been Wrong, But Can We Talk? is an incredibly inspired collection brought on by their father’s alienation to Lawrence’s gender fluidity met with the suicide of a close friend. This project is a follow up to 2017’s The Book Of Law, which credited an all star list of musicians and was critically acclaimed by Pitchfork, Fader, The Los Angeles Times, etc.

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Talks

On Pop-Country, Pop-Schmaltz, and A Star Is Born

By Lawrence Rothman | November 19, 2018

On Pop-Country, Pop-Schmaltz, and A Star Is Born

According to Lawrence Rothman, the only way Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut could have been better is if boygenius wrote the soundtrack.