The kids probably wouldn’t say that the album “slaps,” but it is lyrically dense and candidly poetic, drawing on a diverse body of sounds and samples.
Maybe someday I will write about Taylor Swift. Today is not that day.
This issue — the matter of song artistry — is an expansive one that remains many-sided.
Simply put, the LP is a forty-minute attempt to reclaim their spot on the playlist at Skeeps, but it’s not all bad.
The variety here is appealing, but it may take an extra listen or two to fully understand the draw.
I was taken aback by this look. I stopped in my metaphorical tracks.
The entire night, Williams commanded an intriguing and telling presence, in that the audience’s mood always felt mirrored to her own.
Whenever something big happens today, I’ve come to expect there to be a “South Park” episode dedicated to ripping it apart with jokes.
As extremist groups of all kinds continue to cause terror and fear all across the globe it is important now more then ever not to forget what happened in Cambodia in the ’70s.