Aphex Twin’s “Collapse” EP: Dynamic, Manic and Electric

Richard D. James has been creating some of the most innovative electronic music of our time since 1991. His post-comeback sound, however, has brought us some of...

McCartney’s “Egypt Station”: A Delight for Beatles’ fans

Paul McCartney's brand new album Egypt Station has just been released and it's a delight. Egypt Station is McCartney's 17th studio album since The Beatles. At 76 years...

“Slender Man”: A Disappointing Horror Cliche

Earlier this decade, Slender Man was a sensation on the internet. Making a movie about him might have been a great idea back then but it seems...

Anna Calvi’s “Hunter”: Fierce, Relentless and Phenomenal

Anna Calvi's brand new album Hunter takes inspiration from all corners of every art form. There are times her voice conjures the image of Siouxsie Sioux and...

Better Call Saul 4, Ep. 3: Brilliantly Clever but We’re Ready for the Heat

Better Call Saul is fantastic but needs to gain some momentum. The third episode, "Something Beautiful," was great but we wish things would speed along a bit. The...

“Better Call Saul”: a Depiction of Jimmie’s Personal Jekyll and Hyde

Watching Better Call Saul Season 4 is the shortest hour of television right now. Although arguably not that much seems to actually happen in an episode, the Breaking...

“Better Call Saul 4” Premiere: The Beginning of the End of Jimmie

The season premiere for Better Call Saul Season 4 marks the official descent of Jimmie into Saul. The season kicks off with the Cinnabon Gene opening sequence that...

“Orange Is The New Black” Season 6: Gripping and Enjoyable

We waited over a year for the sixth season of Orange Is The New Black to arrive and the verdict is in: it's fantastic. The fifth season of...

The Internet’s “Hive Mind”: The Merging of Four Unique, Talented Artists

The Internet's new album Hive Mind is a sensuous showcase of the group's individual and collective talents. The Internet were in for a challenge when they decided to...

“No Shame”: Lily Allen’s New Album is Listenable yet Depressing

Lily Allen's latest album is surprisingly listenable considering its deeply depressing content. No Shame follows 2014's Sheezus, which was a decent enough album, but felt like it was...