REVIEW: The 1975 go digital & deep in A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships

The main narrative of the record is not just about the dangers of love and life in the digital age, but also serves as the vessel for Healy to tell the story of his addiction.

An Essay on After Laughter

As I sit on the cusp of turning 25 (when my official quarter-life crisis can begin), I know that I will always have this album in my back pocket for the ‘hard times’ (pun intended).

‘Flowerss’ Review: HalfNoise returns with groovy new EP

HalfNoise may just be Farro’s side project to some, but with the release of the Flowerss EP today, I can guarantee that this band far exceeds the title of side gig. 

Kacey Musgraves creates an acoustic daydream in ‘Golden Hour’

Country has never really been my cup of tea, but boy, this album hits hard in a way that a lot of artists can’t do these days.

‘Love, Simon’ Review: A Lot of Heart, and So Much More

I’ve seen this compared to the likes of The Breakfast Club, but Love, Simon goes above and beyond to get its message across while still remaining a relatable, young adult tale that can draw in many types of audiences.

17 Things that Made 2017 Great

One of the best years of my life in film, music, and travel.