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  • Alex Cameron – Miami Memory | Album Review

    September 24, 2019 by

    Looking back at 2017, and all the artists I had discovered, few really stood out to me in the way Alex Cameron did. His sophomore album Forced Witness was my introduction to him and I was instantly captivated by the satirical takes on masculinity and sex, all while having incredible melodic instincts and a classic… Read more

  • Charli XCX – Charli | Album Review

    September 24, 2019 by

    I have always found Charli XCX to be an absolutely fascinating figure in modern pop music. Her career started relatively normal, breaking through with singles like “Boom Clap” and her feature on Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.” It seemed like Charli was a clear example of a rising pop star and then she took a pivot that… Read more

  • It Chapter Two | Movie Review

    September 17, 2019 by

    I will go on the record to say that I thought that 2017’s remake of It was one of the better studio horror movies this decade. I think it was effectively frightening while also building up real characters and creating an atmosphere that made you feel uneasy throughout. The movie ended off on a great… Read more

  • Post Malone – Hollywood’s Bleeding | Album Review

    September 11, 2019 by

    I just graduated college a few months ago, so needless to say I am quite familiar with everything Post Malone has ever done. Seriously, this man is worshipped like a god and I totally understand why. He has been able to take the aesthetics of hip-hop and trap music that has been trendy and put… Read more

  • Brittany Runs a Marathon | Movie Review

    September 6, 2019 by

    In a previous life, specifically high school, I was a cross country runner and continue to enjoy running in my everyday life. Sadly, there are very few movies that really go into the subject of running because it is barely a cinematic subject. But still, I had hope that Brittany Runs a Marathon would be… Read more

  • Rapsody – Eve | Album Review

    September 3, 2019 by

    I, like many people, was first introduced to Rapsody when she was given one of the only prominent guest verses on To Pimp a Butterfly on the song “Complexion.” The verse was terrific, fit in with the album’s themes and set high standards for the emcee. Standards she was able to meet with her Grammy-nominated… Read more

  • Brockhampton – Ginger | Album Review

    August 30, 2019 by

    It is probably telling that I feel like it’s been an eternity since the last Brockhampton. In reality it has been 11 months and during that time we got an underrated album from Kevin Abstract. The group has been known for their incredibly fast turnaround between albums, making this their fifth album since their breakout… Read more

  • Taylor Swift – Lover | Album Review

    August 30, 2019 by

    There was a lot riding on Lover and my expectations were all over the place. After leaving longtime label Big Machine, with plenty of controversy that I won’t even begin to get into here, this was a great opportunity for Taylor to showcase her artistic abilities under new management. Also, after Reputation was generally seen… Read more

  • Good Boys | Movie Review

    August 26, 2019 by

    There is a recent trend starting to go around Hollywood where we are seeing nostalgia really take over in the movies that are being made. There are much more obvious examples like Disney’s recent slate of live-action remakes, pretty much every studio’s decision to make sequels to beloved franchises, the list goes on. But there… Read more

  • Ready or Not | Movie Review

    August 23, 2019 by

    Sadly it would appear that the summer movie season is over for 2019. It is one of the most depressing times of the year where studios throw everything out knowing that everyone is trying to soak up the last bit of summer before school or work or whatever takes over in the fall. Sometimes a… Read more

  • Young Thug – So Much Fun | Album Review

    August 22, 2019 by

    Young Thug has never failed to deliver on being one of trap’s most eccentric artists. Even if his lyrics rarely would qualify as particularly smart, he is an artist that does not seem as concerned with the words he is saying but the way he delivers them and in that department he has always been… Read more

  • The Peanut Butter Falcon | Movie Review

    August 21, 2019 by

    Authenticity is something that I feel does not always come up as much as it should when discussing film. Sure, maybe a big blockbuster will not feel the need to create a lived-in environment for their world to take place in. Maybe it is okay if the characters are caricatures or lacking development if that… Read more

  • Chance the Rapper – The Big Day | Album Review

    August 20, 2019 by

    I like Chance the Rapper. He has always seemed like a sincere and respectful guy and while I did not love it as much as others, I would be lying if I didn’t say that I was happy that Coloring Book got the love and eventual Grammys it received. While inconsistent in sound the highs… Read more

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