By Elena K. Cruz If 18andCounting could make any animal become the size of a horse, he would choose an ant. “Then they would actually take shit over,” he said. “I would go ahead and put it down that ants would straight up take your house apart.” We spoke to 18andCounting after his show at […]
By Elena K. Cruz We sat down with seven music artists at the True/False Film Festival this weekend and gave them Mberry fruit tablets. Miracle Berries. A whole new drug that can change their world. (Just kidding. Kind of.) These berries, which were compressed into pill-like forms and bought from Amazon, turn sour foods sweet. […]
By Elena Cruz With the words “miss me” on repeat in Leikeli47’s heavily mixed, female voice, this song quickly captures people’s attentions. It features fast-paced rap and a solid beat, and I haven’t been able to stop listening to her work since discovering it. Leikilei47’s “Miss Me” off of “Wash & Set” made me realize […]
By Elena Cruz This is the kind of music I WANT to play in the elevator. Engelwood’s track “a new feeling” featuring Flamingosis gives a personality to wordless music.
By Elena Cruz As Friday the 13 nears, I’ve heard too much about Jason for my liking. After 11 “Friday the 13th” movies, I feel like the topic is just overdone. But then I heard IDK’s “Mrs. Lynch, Your Son Is The Devil” and found a new topic around the similar name, contradicting my cynicism. […]
By Elena Cruz Usually when a boy makes me want to cry, it’s not a good thing. But when it’s because of James Blake’s voice, it’s definitely okay. Listen to Mount Kimbie’s new “We Go Home Together” ft. James Blake if you want to tap into your misery :).
Filmmakers Emily Robinson, Margaret Byrne and Dionna McMillian discuss their movies in the Citizen Jane Film Festival and the role of women in the film industry. Each director offered a unique aspect to the film world not just as a woman, but as a dimensional human being.
RHA granted the African Interdisciplinary Studies Hub (AISH) $2575 after much deliberation, the money going toward their screening of The Forgotten Kingdom. This is one of the six movies in AISH’s African Film Series, and this is the first year the series is occurring.