Author: Diandra Rodriguez
opinion posts from yam writers.
A surreal feature within the realm of existential comedy, in which a colonial magistrate in 1700’s Latin America is constantly appealing to be transferred someplace else.
Though the years seem to take away more and more of my energy and ability to write, I still want to share the new music I encountered in 2017. Whether you want a new dance rhythm or something to sing along to, or just want to forget life and become sound, I hope you find something new to like!
This has been an even more hectic year for me, but there was still plenty of music I want to share with you all!
This is very late, and I couldn’t branch out as much as in previous years, but here are music highlights of 2015.
This year, even more than before, there were too many movies and episodes I have yet to see. I was exhausted into distraction when I wasn’t busy, but here are some favorites I want to share.
From strident Latin American rap to chill pop, jazz takes on classical works to unrepentant disco, along with the Utopia soundtrack (once again), songs of all sorts of styles stood out to me from the past year.
Saying goodbye to the movies and TV I enjoyed in the old year.
This year, my favorite music came not just from official music industry releases, but also via television programs and Bioshock Infinite. Here are my top songs of 2013.
What had been just a promo video for a Norwegian talk show has become a bewildering hit on video hosts and music charts. But never mind The Fox. What is Ylvis?
This Filipino chart-topper uses poetry and a great pop melody for its message of acceptance and anti-homophobia.