I soon ceased being able to think using words; everything in my head was an emotion or an image. I started seeing shit. It was similar to static on a TV, but with moving horizontal lines. I couldn’t talk. I didn’t know how to communicate what I was seeing or feeling.
Why is it that when a girl of lighter complexion, of 1A hair texture, or simply just white wears something, it is then respected in the fashion world?
For the past two decades, New York DJ Scott Herren’s flipped the switch on numerous music projects, jumping from one alias to the next in a varied catalog of intricate beat tapes. We hit up Herren back in June to ask about his latest work under the alias Prefuse 73.
They say the truth is stranger than fiction, but it’s crueler too. “Who Is America?” attempts to capture this manifestation in all its ugly glory.
It’s been said in the press before, but could it be that millenials and post-millennials are facing an identity crisis? It may very well be the case.
“7” is the first Beach House album that has featured live drums throughout, adding an anchor to these elements that glide around effortlessly. Add a surprisingly reverb-less acoustic guitar as featured in “Lose Your Smile” and a punchy synth loop in the more unfamiliar “Black Car,” and a new standard gets built for what we can expect from the band.
The Chicago quintet brought their exuberant brand of indie pop to an exhilarated crowd last Saturday in Brooklyn.
New York City in the late 1990s was undergoing a fair amount of changes. Mayor Rudy Giuliani was cracking down on crime and cleaning up a seedy Times…
The two and a half hour-long, super-packed and filled to the brim installment offers nonstop action and new character exchanges that comic book fans could have only dreamt of a decade ago, when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) first starred as Iron Man.