MMH contributors Nate Mondschein & Simon Pruitt are back with another installment of everyone’s favorite time-traveling-music-festival-thought-experiment, focusing in this installment on all the best synth-happy, LINN-drum lavished, leather-laden tracks of the 1980s!
Chris Conner dives into the emergence of the rapper BIA, and explains how her arrival was a long time coming.
Chloe Bailey of Chloe x Halle is hitting hard with her debut solo song “Have Mercy.” Teresa discusses whether Chlöe might be the next Queen Bee.
This is the story of when I went to James Harden’s birthday party.
Roughly ten fictional years after Nate Mondschein and I tore our respective houses down at our 1960s music festivals, we’re back to put on two more unforgettable shows.
In celebration of the recent decade-aversary of Bon Iver’s semi-self-titled sophomore album, MMH Contributor (and totally normal person who still cannot listen to more than three songs off For Emma, Forever Ago without breaking down in tears) Nate Mondschein revives his formerly Prince-centric All-NBA-esque ceremony for a new Justin Vernon-themed iteration.
MMH Altruist Carl Henderson, II shares his love for all things Griselda, giving insight on the way Westside Gunn blurs the lines of rap, wrestling, and fashion. Including a breakdown of Hitler Wears Hermès 8