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Film Review: Ti West’s X is a horny, gory throwback to the 70’s era slasher movie

March 26, 2022

Taking it back to the basics of the horror genre – i.e. sex and blood sprawled out on a big cinema screen – Ti West‘s return to the fray (his last horror effort being the 2013 found footage outing The Sacrament) indulges in the slasher mentality of eras gone by whilst fusing it with a […]

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Hitting rock bottom to climb: Kanye West’s through lines in Ye and Kids See Ghosts

August 31, 2018

The recent Kanye West release schedule has brought happiness to skinny jean wearing hipsters, and serious hip-hop fans alike. Following the meteoric success of Pusha T’s Daytona, the focus shifted to Kanye’s solo album Ye, and his collaborative project with Kid Cudi. Ye was the first true Kanye project to come from the Wyoming era, […]

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Album News Weekly: 8th December 2016

December 8, 2016

This week in album news, Vampire-Weekend protege’s Hippo Campus drop sweet-as single from their upcoming debut album, Kid Cudi finishes rehab and gives us an official release date for Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’, and Aussie hip-hop legends Thundamentals drop news on their fourth studio album in the middle of a national tour, plus heaps more… SIR WAS […]

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Music Video of the Day: Kid Cudi “Frequency” (2016)

October 17, 2016

Kid Cudi‘s new music video for “Frequency” comes in hot, directed by Cudi himself and produced by DANYI DEATS. Signifying a new phase for the hip hop favourite, “Frequency” has become a strong favourite with fans. The clip itself is dark and say; bodies writhe and aerial performers twist in the shadows. Check it out below! […]

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Album Review: Kanye West – The Life of Pablo (2016 LP)

February 15, 2016

First off, who is this Pablo to whom Kanye West refers with his album title, The Life of Pablo? Picasso? Neruda? Escobar? Is he inexplicably trying to revive Petey Pablo’s career? Referencing Radiohead’s classic debut? Maybe he is likening himself San Pablo (St. Paul), another biblical reference following the religious megalomania of Yeezus. Most likely […]

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