Review

GAMES

I Tried Xbox's Three-In-One Shampoo, Face, and Body Wash

Since my experiment, the scent has followed me around as if I lived and worked in a high school locker room.
Nicole Carpenter
7.2.19
we saw this

Troye Sivan’s Live London Show Made Me Feel Seen

Queer people are so unused to our stories being told by us, and for us, that when it actually happens, it tends to come as a shock.
Ben Charlie Smoke
3.6.19
Interviews

Gunna Is Ready to Be the GOAT

We caught up with Gunna before the release of his debut album 'Drip or Drown 2,' and the Atlanta rapper is ready to conquer all of rap.
Kristin Corry
2.26.19
Essays

Ariana Grande's 'thank u, next' Is a Real "Small Charcoal Grill" of an Album

'thank u, next' is the reality of looking at your palm and realising you tattooed “Japanese BBQ fingers” instead of “7 Rings.”
Kristin Corry
2.13.19
we saw this

At The 1975 Live Show, the Internet Isn't Good or Bad – It's Just Here

Sure, being online might lead to our demise. But for now – and especially on stage at The O2 – it might be the most beautiful thing.
Georgie Wright
1.21.19
Essays

James Blake Just Made a Gorgeous Album About Being Happy in Love

His overwhelmingly optimistic fourth album ‘Assume Form’ finds the singer-producer coming to terms with life after stability.
Josh Terry
1.18.19
Review

How to Stop the Future Being Cancelled

A posthumous collection of Mark Fisher's unpublished writing shows that the author of 'Capitalist Realism' is more important than ever.
Tom Whyman
12.5.18
At The Movies

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Was Alright, but It Could Have Been... Verrry Niiiiice!

The Queen biopic was better off without Sacha Baron Cohen's gritty vision of frontman Freddie Mercury's life story...... NOT.
Dan Ozzi
11.1.18
Film

'A Star Is Born' Is Bad, Actually

The movie is two hours of anxiety punctuated by the brief ecstasy of Lady Gaga's singing.
Nicole Clark
10.15.18
Essays

Sheck Wes Has His Foot on the World's Neck

BITCH!
Kristin Corry
10.10.18
Essays

Put Some Respect on Noname

The Chicago rapper has always been an exhaustive storyteller – brimming with narrative-driven stanzas that life in Chicago has written for her – but now the story feels like it’s completely hers.
Kristin Corry
9.17.18
Review

As Much as We Want It to, Political Satire Won't Save Us

What does a buddy caper novel about Barack Obama and Joe Biden tell us about the cringey state of political piss-taking?
Francisco Garcia
8.14.18
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