El Madrileño is a triumph for C. Tangana
On the first song of El Madrileño, the opening snare drumline and regal horns sound like they herald the approach of a powerful army.
Scorsese & Leibowitz' Pretend It's A City is outdated, but organically interesting
Some like to think of New York as vibrant and up-and-coming––out with the old, in with the new. Others are Fran Leibowitz. Pretend It’s a...
Yes, "drivers license" is that good
It's relatable, it's catchy, it's amazing.
Personality and Politics: A Promised Land Review
A Promised Land is former President Obama’s retelling of his life from the beginning of his political career to the end of his first term.
Indy 2020 A Year in Gaming
Considering that we spent most of the year confined within our homes, video games were a bountiful source of entertainment and artistry.
Madlib: Sound Ancestors Album Review
Known for his Madvillainy collaboration with MF DOOM, Champion Sound collaboration with J Dilla, multiple collaborations with Freddie...
Ariana Grande's "positions" is directionless, insincere
With artists now able to instantly connect to their fans in the digital age, fans have become increasingly demanding of their faves for...
The Trial of the Chicago 7
After a small theatrical rollout in late September, Aaron Sorkin’s latest film, The Trial of the Chicago 7, was released for Netflix...
The Ascension — Sufjan Stevens
The ever-prolific indie music staple Sufjan Stevens has returned with his eighth studio record The Ascension. After a strong decade that...
Tenet is visually stunning but disappoints its big-budget hopes
For better or worse, Tenet is the most distilled combination of Christopher Nolan’s interests since Inception. The blockbuster contains...