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!
How singing gave us strength when confronted by the KKK and a reflection on the role of music in animating social movements throughout American history.
A nontraditional Certified Lover Boy review for a nontraditional artist. Chris Conner leaves the mic on your stage, MMH style.
With over 60,000 songs posted on Spotify a day, you could damn near bet your bottom dollar that at least 10,000 of those songs are dedicated to a Black male dead by gun violence, likely between the ages of 15-25. Chad thinks the streets that gave us hip-hop deserve better.
Carl Henderson, II, a lifelong Dipset stan, gives his take on what it felt like to watch his adolescence get demolished on live television at the recent The LOX Vs. Dipset Verzuz.
Salvador ‘Kickstradomis’ Amezcua spent years building his custom shoe business. He has been commissioned for Fortune 500 projects and is trusted by your favorite NBA star to bless their version of work boots. Music, Movies, and Hoops caught up with Kicks to check in on what he’s been working on, what he was listening to while painting, and what he’s watching to get through this pandemic.
Chris Conner acknowledges the new and old music of rapper Big K.R.I.T. and gives earned credit and recognition.