Tonight, Reina and Gauraa “cancel their plans” to discuss one of the shows that brought them together, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.
In the 1990s, for the first time in the history of human civilization, that all changed. Women were angry. African-Americans were angry. Poor people were angry. And white middle-class males were angry about the fact that they felt guilty.
From Hayley Kiyoko’s soft, sweet, teenage narrative about love and crushes and jealous, “Girls Like Girls,” to to Cruel Youth’s soulful, lamentable lyricism on “Mr. Watson,” here are 7 things we’re into this week.
Sometimes I forget that Bruno Mars is not a real name, the same way that I forget that he sang “Nothin’ on You” or that B.o.B. still makes music. Peter Gene Hernandez has come a long way since his humble but banal as fuck, fedora-wearing, piano-crooning days. He’s graduated from flannels and pompadours to cuban links and designer minks, and a brand new “player” persona.
This Cyber Monday, we bring you Monday Loop*, a selectively handpicked hour of stress-busting poptronica.
This month, our pals from Newlywed Records are back with an ultra-special playlist, curated by none other than Miami’s Zach Surp, the artist behind “Nonono.”
You know the guy. The guy at the party. See, you’ve spotted a gap at the turntable. Your best girl is watching as you are going to take over the sounds. Maybe spin up Santana’s Abraxas and goose the volume up to six. Dig me.