Tagged: camiele recommends
An exceptionally smart and emotional piece of music from Clarence Clarity, an artist yet to be given his proper due.
Solange’s A Seat at the Table is unapologetically black, brazen in its ethnic hues.
For once I’m rendered almost speechless, simply because there’s so much to say.
Agust D comes at you in stages, just as the artist it’s named after.
DEAN’s debut mini album is an aural piece of magic.
Crush takes a break from the summer comebacks to bring us his most mature (albeit self-indulgent) piece of music to date.
YAM Magazine’s 1000th film review goes to David Fincher’s Seven.
Space Cowboy gifts music fans one a gorgeous example of form and storytelling with Extremely.
BTS, a group I’d previously cast aside as one in the same in a slew of wannabe bad boys, released one of the best K-pop albums of 2015 with Most Beautiful Moment in Life pt. 1.
One of the most important films in recent history tells the story of The World’s Most Dangerous Group