Agust D – D-Day

He’s now the second of his group – after RM’s Indigo last December – to release a full-length project since the K-pop monolith that is BTS announced their hiatus, but Agust D (the solo moniker of BTS’ Suga) had actually been releasing making waves in the underground under the name since before even joining the … Continue reading Agust D – D-Day



Signing to the legendary Fueled By Ramen record label and building up a sizable presence on TikTok, everything is aligning for genre-bending and experimental pop-punk outfit Waterparks. Not only, of course, are the general public’s tastes not only welcoming back the style at their core, but they’re also becoming increasingly open to hyperpop-style blasts of … Continue reading Waterparks – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY


Graduating to stadium status with the latest tour behind his fifth studio album, Michigan rapper NF has certainly come a long way from his beginnings as an explicitly Christian rapper and attracted a dedicated fanbase that’s now sent his last three projects to the top of the charts. 2021’s Clouds (The Mixtape) might have been … Continue reading NF – HOPE

Lana Del Rey – Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd

Always one to extract everything she possibly can out of a metaphor, the songwriter extraordinaire Lana Del Rey’s ninth album can mostly be summed up by the one she touches on during its eighth track. Titled “Kintsugi,” it’s named after a Japanese term for repairing broken pottery in such a way that the breaks and … Continue reading Lana Del Rey – Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd