THAT FACE. Photo art by Dylan Garsee.
Archives for July 2013
A quick preview of a glitchy photo essay by Dylan Garsee on the mystery of Beaumont Brawls that we will be featuring in the inaugural issue of Loser City.
Quakers’ self-titled Stones Throw debut was, in my opinion, one of the most slept on releases last year, so it shouldn’t be too surprising that Mad Dukez + Fresh Kils’ latest single “Bootleg Bartenders” has me all worked up. Anchored by a Geoff Barrow-esque beat courtesy of Fresh Kils, “Bootleg Bartenders” is slinky, its spy movie […]
Dadaism is a thing that gets thrown around a lot these days in the worlds of literature and indie rock, but you don’t hear it applied to hip-hop all that often. That’s too bad, because as Seattle’s Don’t Talk to the Cops prove, hip-hop and Dadaism are two cultural forces that come together pretty damn […]
Editorial cartooning doesn’t typically get reviewed, and until I was assigned Matt Bors’ “Can We Stop Worrying About the Millennials Yet?” strip for CNN, I admittedly hadn’t thought much about that. On a personal level, I’d say it’s related to why we critics don’t cover a lot of humor strips, which my compatriot Daniel Elkin and I […]