Slayyyter "Slayyyter" Review, PopMatters 2019
A weekly column about sex, alcohol, and undergrad.
"All Fags Go to Heaven" Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle (2019)
"Sexorcism is a filthy party record that relishes in its niche appeal, even if its comfort in discomfort makes certain songs practically unlistenable."
"Ironically, you may wind up wishing that Grimes' vision of a scorched Earth was a bit more, well, fun."
On phone sex, intimacy issues, and "faking it."
On the various mysteries and fluids of love.
That Kid, "Crush" Review - PopMatters 2020
"High Road is an unrepentant endurance test of the listener's cringe response."
On power, trauma, and Jerry Springer.
"This was the beginning of something: pop that hollers back, pop that trudges forth."
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Grimes "Miss Anthropocene" Review, Pop Matters (2020)
Kesha "High Road" Review, PopMatters (2020)
"Crush considers things that just happened worthy of nostalgic revisiting. It revels in being too online-- specifically the sexed-up, psychotic corner of gay Twitter."
Can't Keep a Good Hollaback Girl Down: The 15th Anniversary of Love, Angel Music Baby, PopMatters 2020
"Slayyyter positions herself as pop music's first great spiritual medium- resurrecting the damned pop sounds of yore, back with a vengeance."
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On body dysmorphia, panic, and dancing like everybody is watching.
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