My favorite thing about the late-90s-early-2000s renaissance is how it has been seized as an opportunity to relive the fantastic teenage dreams that defined millennial youth, while re-writing the elements of pop culture that tbh really fucked us up as children. // Post by Misha
“It’s about how frustrating it was for me to have my whole identity picked apart at a young age, just to see straight white men use it as an aesthetic choice.” // Post by Misha
I listened to Shamir’s new album this morning and I felt the love nestled between each fuzzy note. It spoke to me the way I felt spoken to the first time I listened to the Northtown EP. The sound of something urgent, necessary, and healing.