When I enter a theater to see a film about anything remotely queer, I go in with certain – cynical – expectations of how the film will address the subject matter of the queer experience. My fears stem from the fact that these...
Along with fellow tech giant Amazon, Netflix has radically and permanently altered the landscape...
Perhaps you know a vinyl collector that really likes talking about their records. Sorry — I’m one of those people. In this column, I’ll pull out some albums and discuss why I think they’re important, interesting or just plain fun. To start, I’ll take Frank Ocean’s visual album-turned-valuable-vinyl “Endless” for a spin.
It’s tradition by now: right before the release of a new record, Kanye West makes waves in the news. This manifests itself in his rageful tirades in interviews promoting 2013’s “Yeezus” and in the incoherent, shambly rollout of 2016’s “The Life of Pablo.”
“Beerbongs and Bentleys” follows Post’s debut album “Stoney,” which was released in 2016. This new album has already been certified platinum by the RIAA, within four days of being released. Many artists take pride in their album receiving platinum after months or even years, but Post didn’t even need a week. Credited to the many collaborations on this album, it was bound to do well.
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