I have been looking forwards to this exhibit featuring Edvard Munch for some time. This is, after all, the subject of the independent study that I have done for some time now. Even when I had visited the British Museum earlier in January, all I wanted was to see “Love and Angst” when it became […]Read more "love and angst @ the british museum"
I have often compared concerts to religious experiences. This was not an exception. Sasha Sloan is my goddess. But, it was weird. It was weird in the sense that this is the first concert that I have paid for in over 6 months, and it feels weird that so much of my life has changed […]Read more "sasha sloan @ dingwalls"
A review of Billie Eilish’s debut album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? I really don’t know. Where do we go? Her album starts with the proclamation that she is taking out her Invisalign, preceded by some intimate slurps of some liquid followed by some greasy cackles into the distance. Although with […]Read more "good question, billie, where do we go?"
A review of Sasha Sloan’s sophomore EP,Loser. I started listening to Sasha Sloan coming out of after listening to “Normal,” her lead single on her previous EP, on my Discover Weekly playlist. Immediately, the infectious electronic beats contrasted with the melancholic disposition of living through her twenties captivated me. Although I do not find her […]Read more "still sad sasha"
As the only high-budget Hollywood film in the past 25 years with a majority Asian cast, Crazy Rich Asians offers a much-needed reprise to an industry dominated by — to put it delicately — not, not white people. And because the movie holds such historical significance, it also inadvertently takes on the role as the […]Read more "crazy, but where’s the boba?"