Ariana Grande and ‘The Yoko Ono Phenomenon’

Ariana Grande and ‘The Yoko Ono Phenomenon’

On September 7th, the world lost a beloved musician to a drug overdose. At the young age of 26, Mac Miller passed away in his Studio City home in California. Despite Miller’s long battle with addiction, this news was a deeply upsetting shock to fans across the world who have loved and supported the rapper […]

Transgender Artists to Look Out For

Transgender Artists to Look Out For

I was scrolling through my Instafeed the other day when I came across a video of Casper Purtlebaugh, who currently goes by the artist name Jakk Fynn, performing a cover of Blackbear’s “Do Re Mi.” It was the coolest underground music find I’ve had in a while, and it got me thinking about how many […]

Do Work: The Kylie Jenner Ethic

Do Work: The Kylie Jenner Ethic

It’s old news that Forbes put Kylie Jenner on their list of “America’s Richest Self-Made Women.” It’s also old news that with a net worth of roughly $900 million, Kylie Jenner is a sho0-in to become the world’s youngest billionaire at only 21 years old. However, what is truly old news is White people being […]

The Erasure and Hypersexualization of Lesbian Cinema

The Erasure and Hypersexualization of Lesbian Cinema

Have you ever walked out of the movie theater and thought to yourself, “Gee, I sure wish there were some more heterosexuals in that flick”? I’m guessing no, but if you HAVE, please slide into my DMs and tell me what movies you have been going to because they sound like they’d peak my interest. […]

Starcrawler: Rock and Roll’s Latest Savior

Starcrawler: Rock and Roll’s Latest Savior

Starcrawler are so fucking insanely good. Soon they will rule this galaxy.@thestarcrawler pic.twitter.com/6eQ0dIDWUB — Ryan Adams (@TheRyanAdams) October 26, 2016 There are a few distinguished people in life that you trust to know exactly what they are talking about. If Meryl Streep were to predict the greatest actor of the next generation, I think we’d […]