In the wake of the historic election in Alabama, a message of gratitude for the the Black women in that state & a song for feminine power // Post by Misha
Stanley’s self titled album is wistful and adventuresome, abounding with noodly pop guitar riffs and a blurry vintage sensibility that covers every song in deep red velvet.
I suppose if I had to distill it, my criteria for December listening is the ability of a song to evoke snow falling in the dead of night, which is why I choose Poppy Ackroyd’s ‘Feathers’ for my holidays this year // Post by Misha
she plays like it’s poker but probably it’s more like slots. or russian roulette // post by misha
this song trembles with the foolish and heartbreaking need to know that which cannot be known // post by misha
Shilpa Ray answers our questions about the collisions of politics, commercialism, New York City, business, and art – intersections deftly soundtracked by her new album, Door Girl // Post by Misha
And now, jazz hip-hop and another entry in the ongoing unofficial Hullabaloo critical theory book club // post by Misha
i had a pretty awful week. the kind that left me ignoring all my friends’ friday night texts to sit alone on my couch with cheap television and cheaper beer. but then i finally decided to give this new sufjan mixtape a proper listen // post by misha