Anohni has announced a companion EP to last year’s exercise in political maximalism HOPELESSNESS. Titled Paradise, the EP contains tracks left off the record but which still maintain thematic and stylistic similarities. Containing tracks like “Jesus Will Kill You” and “She Doesn’t Mourn Her Loss,” we can expect these new tracks to be just as […]
Dance and Cry, the latest record from Danish duo Darkness Falls makes you neither want to dance nor cry, but instead drive down a dark, lonely road for hours on end either to run away from a jilted lover or to kill him. Much like Chromatics’ 2012 classic Kill for Love, which this record owes […]
For the millions of listeners of NPR’s Serial, every Thursday is Christmas, birthday, and Kwanzaa all rolled into one day. Each episode just parcels out the black tar heroin that is the addictive true crime story of the murder of Baltimore high school student Hae Min Lee and whether or not her convicted killer Adnan […]
Yesterday, a bicyclist allegedly sped through an intersection near UT and mowed down a woman. She suffered an orbital fracture and had to have emergency plastic surgery, amongst other injuries, but when her husband took to reddit to have the community help him track down the cyclist, it escalated into a city-wide witch hunt that […]
My skinny jeans fit a little more loosely today. Maybe I should eat some more. I’m alone in my apartment, as usual for a Friday, except I’m actually going somewhere tonight. An original pressing of the Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds is spinning on my turntable, blasting “God Only Knows” throughout every room in the apartment. I spit […]
Note: This is the first entry in our Fifth Street Foodie series, a dining guide for true Austinites and by true Austinites! We hope this feature can help everyone from out-of-town “newbies” to seasoned (dry-rubbed?) veterans in their quest to find the best little dining nooks Austin has to offer. Welcome Austinites, and welcome non-Austinites (as long as you don’t […]
THAT FACE. Photo art by Dylan Garsee.
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.