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Top 20 Albums of 2018

#20. Snail Mail, Lush Who better to write about teen angst than… well, a teenager? Lindsey Jordan’s debut album shares similar themes to Khalid’s American Teen from last year, in that it is someone experiencing the growing pains of this...
Top 20 Albums of 2017

Top 20 Albums of 2017

#20. Manchester Orchestra, A Black Mile to the Surface Andy Hull’s band has gone through some crazy musical swings. When Manchester Orechestra got rolling in the early-00’s, they were darlings, selling out dimly lit concert halls with Conor Oberst-levels...
Review: Final Fantasy XV is flawed, but I loved it anyway

Review: Final Fantasy XV is flawed, but I loved it anyway

Early on in Final Fantasy XV, Prince Noctis and his three best friends are stranded on the side of the road pushing a broken down car to the nearest garage as Florence + The Machine’s cover of “Stand By Me” plays over the background. It’s an extended sequence,...

Review: The Force is not strong with Rogue One

As a huge Star Wars fan and someone who rushed out of my office on an early lunch break to buy the new Rogue One toys, last night was a painful experience for me. I was an ardent defender of The Force Awakens and will even go to bat that there’s something good...
Top 20 Albums of 2016

Top 20 Albums of 2016

  Everyone else gets to put their opinions out there around this time of year, so why shouldn’t I!? I have no qualifications other than just listening to a ton of music with a pretty eclectic taste, so OBVIOUSLY my opinions are more important. Before we...

Review: Ghostbusters Busts Guts in Spite of Itself

  As a kid, I really loved Ghostbusters. I watched the film every chance I could get growing up. I knew the scenes and could recite all the lines. When I was about ten years old, Fox began showing reruns of The Real Ghostbusters, the animated spinoff series that...