We Still Need ‘They Live,' the Most Relevant 80s Movie
It's been 30 years since John Carpenter's classic alien invasion movie hit theaters, and it's more important than ever.
This Is the Emotional and Financial Cost of Sexual Assault
I sometimes find myself very depressed over the question “who would I be had I not been raped?”
Mac Miller Wasn't Done
The rapper, who died on Friday, was constantly reinventing himself, searching for an identity. He had much more to give.
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SZA Is the Pop Star of the Future, Long Live the Queen
SZA wasn't technically Coachella’s Friday night headliner, but her set felt like a damn coronation.
Sky Ferreira's Honest Pop Music Helps Us Survive Emotional Ruin
It has been four years since Sky Ferreira's debut, and we need her lo-fi pop music that digs almost recklessly, but necessarily, into your core.
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Salma Hayek Says Harvey Weinstein Threatened to Kill Her
In a 'New York Times' op-ed, the actress said Weinstein sexually harassed her, blackmailed her into doing a nude scene, and once told her, "I will kill you, don’t think I can’t."
What’s Drake to Do When Toronto Isn’t Enough?
"Toronto’s problems always have been and always will be greater than the one who stunned it out of its stupor."
Amani Bin Shikhan
Sex Is Never Just Sex on St. Vincent's 'Masseduction'
The album travels the path of seduction to its messy existential aftermath and how one can possibly move forward from that carnage.
Ibeyi Let Go of Their Ghosts To Face Today's Demons on 'Ash'
The album pulls you into a larger community and asks you to share your memories—no matter how painful they may be.
Stereolab's 'Dots and Loops' Is the Jazziest Anti-Capitalist Manifesto 20 Years On
'Dots and Loops' remains the experimental pop band's most sonically accessible and politically important record.
I Was Forced to Fight, Now I'm Learning to Cry
Black boys have to bury their emotions as they face off against racism and chase machismo.
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Daniel Caesar's Holy Devotion to Love on 'Freudian'
On his debut record, the Toronto singer finds himself at the centre of his own reckoning.
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