Christine & the Queens’ “Chris”: Pop at the Top of its Game

Chris is the second album from French singer-songwriter Hélöise Letissier aka solo musical group Christine & The Queens. The non-binary artist taps into the raw, electric and sensual power...

Madonna’s “Madame X”: A Bold But Confused Circus

Madonna's first album since 2015's Rebel Heart is a bold mix of ideas and musical experiments. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't.

Netflix’s “100 Humans” Lacks Genuine Creativity

Netflix's 100 Humans is an eight-episode series that attempts to answer questions about life by exploring the details people often overlook. Unfortunately, it fails to...

“Bird Box”: a Terrifying Tale of Survival

Spoiler free review. Not everyone is pleased about Netflix creating their own movies for the platform but when it comes to Bird Box, you have to hand it to the...

“El Camino”: The Closure We Needed

El Camino may just be the most exciting Netflix original of the year. The legendary TV series Breaking Bad ended 6 years ago and then...

“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...

“Queer Eye” Season 3: a Must Watch For Inclusivity Value

The third season of Queer Eye just dropped on Netflix and it didn't take long for us to get through every fabulous episode.

“Cuckoo” Season 5 Is The Most Absurd Season Yet

Season five of the BBC drama "Cuckoo" just landed on Netflix for an international audience. This time around, Cuckoo is gone, Cuckoo's son is gone,...

“A Star Is Born”: A Roller Coaster Ride of True Love and Love Lost

An epic romance transformed by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in a moving sensual film, with a great soundtrack. Originally made in 1937 with Janet Gaynor and Fredric...

Hot Chip “A Bath Full Of Ecstacy”: A Strange Safe Space For Synth-Pop

Hot Chip have been around for nearly 20 years now and they still manage to surprise us. Their music always sounds like a collaboration between...