Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
It’s time to retire the ugly (yet iconic) Fila Disruptor II.
The electropop duo revisits their past with their second full-length release of the year.
With its negative social and environmental implications, the death of fast fashion is long overdue.
cocainejesus captures a reveling, adventurous spirit in his most introspective album yet.
After being purchased by Automattic, the parent company of popular blogging site WordPress, the iconic site may mount an unforeseen comeback.
Move over men, Tommy Genesis is here to reclaim the female body.
With Tumblr joining Myspace and Vine in the graveyard of social medias past, VSCO is here to take its place.
The musician’s latest release reframes our issues as an opportunity for self-improvement, rather than an excuse for self-pity.
It’s more than just looking cool and breaking up fights.
Andrew Thomas Huang brings surreal fantasy and intersectionality to LGBTQIA film.
Hot girl summer isn’t over yet. Keep the energy going with these jams.
The electronic music scene is in desperate need of a feminist revolution.
Meet Blood Cultures, the elusive electro-pop band that aims to play with your nostalgia.
These rising stars are bringing electronic music to the surface of Texas’ country-centric musical landscape.
Brief, visually stunning and thought-provoking, these videos were made with marijuana in mind.
The re-emergence of the cowboy trope could be telling of a much larger shift in the political landscape.
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