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<i>The 250</i>: Christopher Nolan’s <i>Inception</i>

The 250: Christopher Nolan’s Inception

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In this episode of The 250, Kayla Hewitt is joined by special guest Max Fredell to discuss Christopher Nolan’s infamous seventh film, Inception. The film is ranked 14th on IMDb’s top 250, and is Nolan’s second highest-ranked work on the list, following The Dark Knight. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Critical Voices: Migos, <i>Culture II</i>

Critical Voices: Migos, Culture II


Back in 2015, Quavo, leader and migos-est member of Migos, alerted the world “Gangsta rap is back.” This came off of Yung Rich Nation, the middle release of the YRN trilogy, and the capstone to the purified Atlanta-gangster rap the group had been developing since 2013. Before Cardi B, before Culture, before “Bad and Boujee,”…

Broward County: Gucci Gang and Yeezus

Broward County: Gucci Gang and Yeezus


Audio mixing is a fairly benign element of a song’s form in contemporary-pop music. While Ed Sheeran may opt for a more open and acoustic recording style than Bruno Mars, both artists want ample space within a song’s mix for the vocal performance to differentiate from the remainder of the track and for the melodic…

Critical Voices: Metro Boomin, <i>Without Warning</i>

Critical Voices: Metro Boomin, Without Warning


The first time Metro Boomin’s tag mumbles across his new album, Without Warning, it’s slower than normal. The syrupy “Metro Boomin want some more” indicates a mood, something eerie. In fact, Boomin may be the only producer in trap iconic enough to alter his tag and have it be an event. Leland Tyler Wayne, known…

Critical Voices: Ty Dolla $ign, <i>Beach House 3 </i>

Critical Voices: Ty Dolla $ign, Beach House 3


It’s easy to forget that Ty Dolla $ign turned 30 in 2015, especially so considering he’s nearly impossible to overlook in 2017, seemingly singing the hook to every other top 50 rap album that’s come out this year. Dolla’s new album, Beach House 3, spends some time reflecting on finding fame and wealth, and the…

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