Podcasts, Parents, And A New Netflix Special: An Interview With Hari Kondabolu

“This mic kills fascists,” reads the tagline on Hari Kondabolu’s new special now out on Netflix, Warn Your Relatives. It is just the commentary we all needed right now. In a politicized era where almost any topic and any comment is being evaluated under a political microscope, Kondabolu gives us an hour that is not pedantic but just a self-deprecating recounting of a comedian of color’s experience in 2018 U.S.A.

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The Complexities of the U.S.-Mexico Border Explained Through Art and Literature

All of the noise being put around the U.S-Mexico border by American politics has made the border region lose its own identity. Families being separated at the border and border reinforcement laws being put in place have taken away the colorful sides of the region.

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Brooklyn Band, Howard, Announces New Album And Releases Track With Video

Howard, the band based out of Brooklyn announced their new album, Together Alone, will be out September 14th via Fashion People. With the album release date came the lead track, “Your Honor,” with the music video directed and animated by Joey Abisso.

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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever Titillate With New Song, Week Before Album Release

With a week and a half to go for their debut album’s release, the Melbourne rockers Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, released one more track, “The Hammer.” The album, Hope Downs, will be out June 15th on Sub Pop records.

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The Kitten Come Back, An Interview With Chloe Chaidez

Kitten is an electrifying pop act that has made big splashes time and time again but for some reason has not become the stronghold in the genre yet. While that may be due to the lineup changes the band has seen, it can be said it is definitely not because of the band’s leader Chloe Chaidez. Chaidez’s vocals and energy are the punch that all Kitten releases have thrived on.

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