On the pop culture podcast this week, we discuss the new Lorde album Melodrama, the BBC singing competition Pitch Battle and Naomi Alderman’s dystopian novel The Power.
You don’t name an album Melodrama for its restraint.
Two very different interpretations of Oscar Wilde's play.
She plays both a student and her own lesbian teacher crush in this video. (Oh, and her mother. And maybe her step-dad? It’s confusing.)
On the pop culture podcast this week: the fifth series of Orange is the New Black, the debut album from SZA, Ctrl, and the Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe.
This shift could open a space for more political lyrical content and imagery for both new and established artists.
If a play aspires to say something about masculinity, violence and morality, it should treat its subject with interest and respect.
I was shocked to find out how vehemently others could disagree with my opinion.
When music venues are deliberately made unsafe, the fact that pop concerts continue to be held is a statement in itself.
But if you don’t know what it means, where have you been?
How one frontman died three times.
The Zombie PM
The doomed premiership of Theresa May