Saturday, February 27, 2021

Joey Gibbs

Not mad, just disappointed: Wallows releases deluxe version of ‘Remote’ EP

Lacking any sort of cohesion and suffering from bouts of uninspiredness or overly-produced sounds, Remote is a clear indication that Wallows is still wading their feet in waters of their potential. 

‘Red Dot’ fails to address dead-ends

I say we draft up a constitution and send it to every director in the world to tell them that we have had enough with bleak snowy horror movies. I am tired of seeing completely unlikeable characters prance around in strawberry snow for an hour and a half. 

‘Framing Britney Spears’ sheds light on pop sensation’s precarious conservatorship

“The New York Times Presents,” a series of standalone and rather dramatic documentaries, attempted to defog the air around Spears and her conservatorship in its newest addition entitled, “Framing Britney Spears,” which is streaming on Hulu. 

Drama sparks between songwriters Olivia Rodrigo and Sabrina Carpenter after release of ‘drivers license’

The devil works hard, but the industry works harder. Recently amassing indomitable success is Disney actress turned pop-sensation, Olivia Rodrigo, with her number-one hit, “drivers license.”

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