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Adam Finley

Adam Finley has two unmarketable degrees and a framed picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger in his office. He’s been in the freelance game since 2007. He writes music reviews, political essays, non-award-winning short fiction, travel articles, and Limp Bizkit haiku. He once published a story about a chimpanzee. He is still shocked that people are willing to pay him money to write words. His dream is to ride a manatee.


Reviews

Monday, January 26 2015

Jean Grae: That's Not How You Do That: An Instructional Album for Adults

Jean Grae is deep in the no-fucks-to-give phase of her career, and it's kind of great.


Tuesday, December 2 2014

Mykki Blanco: Gay Dog Food

Gay Dog Food is a bold statement without a lot of substance, one that isn't even sure of its own meaning.


Wednesday, October 15 2014

Katie Kate: Nation

Nation isn't an opus. It's a warning.


Tuesday, September 16 2014

Die Antwoord: Donker Mag

Die Antwoord have described their work as "exaggerated experience", and that's apt. Anger, lust, passion, violence - all things through the lens of Die Antwoord become amplified to the point of deafening.


Thursday, July 24 2014

Pigeon John: Encino Man

As a title, Encino Man works both as a shout-out to John's beloved L.A. and a wink toward vintage coolness -- the album is a virtual love letter to '70s and '80s pop radio.


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