Brandon Sasserson, University of New Hampshire
On his new project, Tyler leans into some experimental production.
If dark, controversial humor is your cup of tea, then drink up.
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While Q has yet to release his magnum opus, he’s showing every sign of reaching all-time status.
No spoilers, I promise!
The series is on par with ‘The Sopranos’ in its violence, but its insistence on comedy is what makes the show truly unnerving.
Given how ambitious Hart usually is, the routine felt phoned-in.
It’s hard to be Puff, but it’s even harder being Puff’s son.
After the series’ initially middling reviews, Season 2 is looking up.
The ‘Pinata’ sequel, ‘Bandana,’ is slated to release next month.
The bloated album did well on the charts, but its standards are clearly lower.
Scott T. Hutchinson’s collection examines the intersection of boyhood, love, life and nature.
A comedian who’s not a degenerate human? A concept.
The Ivy League school has phased out all single-sex organizations, but students are fighting back.
What a buzzkill.
They grow up so fast!
Aside from a few scattered positives, the 13-track project feels like a throwaway.
Which is the better game?
The Swiss philosopher didn’t actually write about social media, but he might as well have.
The timing isn’t the only thing off.
On his new album, the 26-year-old finally leaves the gimmicks behind.
As the YouTube series prepares to release its eighth season, there’s never been a better time to tune in.
The album has head-banging potential, but the 22-year-old’s work still needs some polishing.
The MC’s sophomore project, ‘NOIR,’ is brimming with promise.
A definitive ranking of the DC films, as well as where Jason Momoa’s new flick will fall in the hierarchy.
Overshadowed and under-played, each of these projects deserves way more attention than they received.
‘A Love Letter to You 3’ flounders in the shadow of its predecessors.
The series chronicles the downfall of professional athlete Aaron Hernandez, but raises questions about much more than football.
The trio of veterans are pushing sonic boundaries on the multifaceted collab.
And a few honorable mentions, or sharkitos.
For a number of reasons, it seems unlikely.
The sharp EP proved that the overcooked ‘Slime Language’ was just a misstep.
The Chicago-based musician is everything good about timeless hip hop.
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