Tagged: camiele recommends
Charlie Cochet’s debut The Auspicious Troubles of Chance teaches the reader something about the unshakable grandeur of true love.
And this is where it all started for me.
In a time when homosexuality was still very much taboo, Jonathan Demme dares give what many dubbed in the late 80s/early 90s as the “gay plague” very careful consideration, and by extension highlight the element most neglected therein — the human element.
Steeped in the Norse mythology of Iceland, James Erich’s story is as much a spiritual awakening as it is a warm embrace for young teens trying to come to grips with their sexuality.
There are some manga that manage to push the understanding of human nature to the very edges of its periphery. Taiyō Matsumoto’s Black & White cracks open your psyche and forces you to put your morals into hard focus.
I can’t say I was completely prepared for this album. However, starting from the interlude you can tell that Tarantallegra is a completely different party monster all together.
The culmination of years of work that started back in 2008 with Iron Man (and Robert Downey, Jr.). It was very important that Marvel got this right. And oh boy, they certainly did!
Nneka’s Soul is Heavy is split between the socio-political arc that her previous albums have taken and the ever-present heartache of love.
On the one hand, we have an album that’s what anyone would expect from any R&B artist trying to “break the mold”; however, it’s so much more when one scratches the painful sore of the surface.