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Single Review: Ashley McBryde, “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega”

Here's to the arrival of a major talent, taking us to a little dive bar in Dahlonega.

Music Review: Lil Uzi Vert - Luv Is Rage 2

S omeone had to take the year; why not Lil Uzi Vert? After an impossibly quick rise to prominence in 2016, Uzi's become the de facto big-budget feature for any artist looking to boost a prospective single or romance the legion of rap fans activated by the emergence of SoundCloud as the genre's proving ground. Show More Summary

Sam Smith’s Sugary Loneliness and the Choir Effect

Doreen St. Félix discusses the history of backup choirs in pop music and reviews “Too Good at Goodbyes,” the new single by the singer Sam Smith.

Halo Board Electric Skateboard: The Gizmodo Review

Electric personal transporters are mostly horrible. Segways are reserved for mall cops and helmeted tourists interested in experiencing both the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial without taking a single step. Hoverboards, which also explode, are just fodder for America's Funniest Home Videos. Show More Summary

Why Emma Stone Was Pumped To Gain 15 Pounds For Her New Movie

A newly buff Emma Stone headlines Battle of the Sexes alongside Steve Carell. Early reviews are singling out Stone and saying that she could make another run at a Oscar nomination for playing Billie Jean King on screen.

Maryland Challengers to Partisan Gerrymandering Seek Supreme Court Review

Jurisdictional statement in Benisek v. Lamone: This case is a First Amendment challenge to the partisan gerrymander of a single federal congressional district. Plaintiffs allege that state officials responsible for Maryland’s 2011 congressional redistricting plan targeted them for vote dilution … Continue reading ?

Music Review: Pessimist - Pessimist

R ather than push drum & bass forward, Pessimist crosses it like a bridge to somewhere else. A half decade of singles culminated in the Bristol producer's first for Blackest Ever Black, April's "Through the Fog" b/w "Peter Hitchens," both of whose sides reappear in the final act of his self-titled debut album for the label. Show More Summary

Sierra Designs High Side Tent 1P Review

The Sierra Designs High Side Tent (available Feb 1, 2018) is a single person, double walled tent that’s a big step up in comfort from a bivy sack. While it features excellent ventilation and a side vestibule, one of the stand-out features of this tent are its tent poles, which collapse down to 12.5?, making …

Music Review: Pessimist - Pessimist

Pessimist Pessimist [Blackest Ever Black; 2017] Rating: 3/5 R ather than push drum & bass forward, Pessimist crosses it like a bridge to somewhere else. A half decade of singles culminated in the Bristol producer’s first for Blackest...Show More Summary

Review: Taylor Swift’s ‘…Ready for It?’ Is Better Than ‘Look What You Made Me Do’

I know for a fact that Taylor Swift lives for the drama, because she let that loud, dry, accusatory “Look What You Made Me Do” single hang in the public consciousness for over a week when the real kill shot was still waiting to be delivered.“…Ready for It?” is the ... More »

Dunkey Reviews The Shining

(PG-13: Language) Videogamedunkey casts his analytical eye on his favorite horror film, The Shining. It’s a movie that needs no further introduction. But until every single human being has watched it, we think it qualifies as underappreciated.

Review: Last Day of June

Have you ever been in love? If so, you would be hard pressed to have a love as true and as nauseating as that of Carl and June. You can tell how crazy they are about each other from a single glance and that's saying something considering they don't have eyes. Like most good things Carl and June's happiness is too good to be true. Show More Summary

Smart Bitch Pull List: Issue #1

We’re utilizing the Lightning Reviews a little differently this week and introducing the Smart Bitch Pull List, which consists of nothing but comic reviews. Typically, these are single issues and would be incredibly difficult to write a lengthy, standard review for. We hope you enjoy these three and we hope to have some more in the future!

Single Review: Lee Ann Womack, “All the Trouble”

Lee Ann Womack previews her upcoming studio album with this bluesy single.

10 Times The Overlords Endured The Worst Movies For You, And 5 Times We Didn't Bother

2 weeks agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

One single positive review can save a money from the embarrassing brand that is a 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. And yet, so many, many movies can't even manage that. Some are profoundly dumb propoganda-docs. Others are soulless sequels and heartless...

Ratboys – GN (album review)

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

Photo by Johnny Fabrizio Admittedly, I had dismissed this album after hearing the first single. It just didn’t connect with me and with the sheer flood of music that comes in, it got lost in the shuffle. But being that they’re from Chicago, I decided to dig into album earlier this week after I saw [...]

[FrightFest Review] ‘The End?’ is a Case of High Concept, Low Execution

The strangely titled The End? combines a single location survival thriller with a zombie film, as successful money man Claudio’s (Alessandro Roja) elevator experiences a technical failure just as a zombie outbreak hits Rome. Before the maintenance crew manages to make it to him, the infected have begun to swarm his office building. So it’s […]

Single Review: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, “If We Were Vampires”

The latest single from Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit rises above its title to present a moving reflection on love and mortality.

Skyroam Solis review: unlimited LTE data in over 100 countries, but do you really need it?

Solis is the latest travel Wi-Fi hotspot from Skyroam. The premise behind it is simple; when you’re abroad, rather pay through the nose for Internet access, you pay a single flat $8 fee for 24 hours’ access. The device works in over 100 countries, including the US, Israel, most of Europe, and Australia. Show More Summary

This is the Single Most Important Chart in the World

Yesterday we talked about the US Dollar ($USD) dropping below critical support. By quick way of review, here’s the key chart. As you can see, the $USD staged a large bull market run in 2014 as the Fed wound down its QE program. The greenback...Show More Summary

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