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Carleigh Baker
The Inside is Rotten

As our collective fears shift, so too do the monsters that stand in for them.

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Not Like Us

Unpacking the Kendrick Lamar/Drake beef.

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Impossibly Chaste

On Wim Wenders and Celine Song.

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Beige Foods Forever

They are often stewed foods, sometimes steamed or boiled. They are foods defined by their colours first—in this context, the lack of colour, the overall sameness, somehow gets misread as a fault.

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Where Are All These Journalists Going to Get a Sense of Self from Now?

Maybe I like being defined by my work! Did you ever think of THAT???

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A Requiem for Pitchfork

There’s a difference between a critic and a fan, but the line between them is receding from view.

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Discourse and the Dirt Rave

In the offline world, it’s totally possible for something to be great and terrible at the same time.

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Breaking the Infinite Content Loop

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