By: Robyn Nightingale | Gotye's 'Making Mirrors' is a solid album, but very few people remember listening to it.
'Little Boxes', a new essay collection out this month, dives headfirst into what it means to be raised by television.
Dunkirk is concerned with how war is experienced, not how it is told.
'Lust For Life" is a Lana Del Rey album through and through, but still manages to surprise us.
The tagline: "Stay Sexy. Don't Get Murdered."
There's a Britney Spears reference, y'all.
It’s here! Now what are we supposed to make of it?
My most immediate response to bingeing [Bruno Mars'] discography, was, “Bruno Mars sings about women like a lesbian.” It is rare for straight men to so thoroughly adore both their own partner and women in general, notice and remember the accoutrements of femininity, and be sensitive to specific internalized misogyny-related insecurities.
[Sorority Noise's] newest release, You're Not As _____ As You Think You Are, out earlier this month, covers topics ranging from mental health and trauma to the loss of a friend with the playful dude-ness we've come to expect from pop-punk.