What Message of Positivity Could Actually Come Out of An Amy Winehouse Musical?

Though it’s been over six years since Amy Winehouse joined the twenty-seven club, for some reason certain parties–particularly her own father–can’t seem to let the already over pillaged soul rest in peace. As Asif Kapadia’s controversial documentary, Amy, showed us, Mitch, among others (especially and including Blake Fielder-Civil), didn’t seem …

Finally, A New Classic Christmas Song From Loose Tapestries a.k.a. Noel Fielding and Serge Pizzorno

Every year, we are subjected to the same tired Christmas songs from Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, Destiny’s Child, NSYNC and, sometimes, Bing Crosby. But at long last, a new original Christmas-themed track has come to invigorate our minds and delight our hearts–and who better to deliver said track than The …

The Philosophy of Moving To the City and Thinking It’s Going to Solve Your Suburbia Problems, As Explained by High Fidelity

There’s a dangerous belief people who feel trapped in suburbia have: That if they leave for the city–whatever that nearest metropolitan city may be–their life is going to be so instantaneously improved that they’ll never again have to do anything involving effort to make it better again. This is a …

Are Countries With Shitty Internet Access Secretly Happier?

When considering the countries with the highest quality of internet–specifically the United States–it makes one wonder if the territories without quick and easy access are somewhat more contented. Of course, less westernized nations like, say, Kazakhstan (which Borat obviously put on the map) are not exactly setting a barometer for …