I reviewed the new records by Pup, Devil You Know and Plague Vendor in the latest issue of Blunt Magazine.
All of them are actually damn good albums, and the
Pup and Plague Vendor records in particular are highly spoken of. And Devil You Know is better than any post-Howard Jones Killswitch Engage record to date. So yeah. Cool.
Which means, y’know, buy the magazine.
My formative years were spent listening to Nirvana, and figured that Kurt Cobain’s musical legacy would always be undeniable and important … so what happened?
You can read my feature about Cobain, 20 years after his death,
Features, Music, Pop Culture /
1994, 20 years on, chad kroeger, cobain death, creed, eminem, fred durst, kurt cobain, legacy, miley cyrus, nirvana, nirvana's musical influence, puddle of mudd /
That was fun. Read about The Walking Dead’s brutal end to its fourth season, and what it all means, right
Features, Pop Culture, TV /
AMC, baby judith, brutal, carol is the best, lily and mika, recap, rick grimes, season 4, terminus, the walking dead, TV, zombies /
Where I take a look at Reality Bites 20 years on. Was it the defining Gen X document… or just a navel-gazing paean to a bunch of annoying early-’90s jerks?
Find out here.
Features, Film, Music, Pop Culture /
20 years on, acting, ben stiller, characters, director, early 90s gifs, ethan hawke, facial hair, janeane garofalo, movies, quintessential 90s, reality bites, reality bites recap, troy dyer is the worst, winona ryder /