by Christian Decker The new EP by My Dying Bride really defines what I like…
Good news everyone! Good News is good! That’s it. That’s the review. Just kidding, but I mean, do you really need an excuse to check out Megan Thee Stallion’s new album?
Move over Lexapro; there’s a new antidepressant in town, and her name is Clairo. I listened to her religiously over the summer, because the apocalypse hurts a little less when you’re listening to mellow bedroom pop beats.
Forty-six years ago, Italian-born French singer, Nino Ferrer, the “Don Quixote of French Show Business” released Nino and Radiah et Led Sud. In this album, Ferrer, along with Radiah Frye, who accompanies him on the tracks, explores an idealized American South.
The wonders of Electronic Dance Music.
As my social media usage skyrocketed during quarantine (after taking an almost 2-year long hiatus from most social platforms), Jameela Jamil has served as my saving grace to help navigate all of the ridiculous norms of social media fosters.This podcast highlights issues of self-confidence, insecurities, and slut-shaming, as well as other topics concerning what she calls “radical inclusivity.”
Look, I know what this looks like. A crime podcast that’s literally just about listening to horrific tragedies? It’s super weird! Why would anyone put themselves through that? I asked myself those exact questions when I started listening to Crime Junkies, and once I finished, I still asked myself those questions.
Did you just blow your trust fund buying TSLA 500 Calls expiring 9/4? Of course you did! And now your Robinhood account shows a fat -100% for all-time gains. But it’s okay because daddy’s going to continue to fund your crippling addiction to out-of-the-money calls expiring the next day.
Have you ever wished for a podcast like Call Her Daddy that talks about sexuality in an open and real way but without all of the Barstool drama? Then good news! She Rates Dogs is a new podcast fresh out of quarantine with only three episodes out so far and potential for success. She Rates Dogs is a sort of spin-off of the Twitter account by the same name, where host Michaela rates the various screenshots of terrible DMs, dating app convos, etc. that her followers send in.
5-4 describes itself as a podcast about “how much the Supreme Court sucks.” It lives up to this description in its exploration of the many cases that have put politics before good-faith arguments. The podcast is a collaboration between three progressive lawyers who are tired of hearing about the almighty wisdom of the Supreme Court. Hosts Peter (@thelawboy on Twitter), Rhiannon, and Michael deliver a witty and intelligent look at the ways the Supreme Court fails to deliver decisions that respect the people affected by them.