Blythe Dujardin

Grimes Celebrates Darker Sound and Gothic Doom in <i>Miss Anthropocene</i>

Grimes Celebrates Darker Sound and Gothic Doom in Miss Anthropocene

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03/08/2020

In the aftermath of her transition from a DIY, counter-culture feminist to Elon Musk’s goth popstar girlfriend, Grimes has released Miss Anthropocene (2020). Though her ecological thesis gets lost in her nihilistic translation, Miss Anthropocene registers as an accomplished culmination of her sound’s development before and since its acceptance in the mainstream music scene.  Grimes…

Elon Musk, Grimes, and Living in a 21st Century Society

Elon Musk, Grimes, and Living in a 21st Century Society

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02/27/2020

Few celebrities have managed to create a reputation and societal imprint as unique as Elon Musk. His image has become all the more interesting since the announcement of his relationship with electronic artist Grimes, when she actually wore a Tesla choker at the 2018 Met Gala. In the aftermath of Grimes’s unique pregnancy announcement, a…

<i>Bojack Horseman</i>‘s Finale Gets It Right

Bojack Horseman‘s Finale Gets It Right

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02/10/2020

Content Warning: references to suicide, depression, and subtance abuse. Contains spoilers for the final season of Bojack Horseman. *** Bojack Horseman is over, and everything is worse now.  I first realized Bojack Horseman was going to be something special during the penultimate episode of its first season. It had taken me several tries to get…

Black Movements Dance Theatre Spring Concert Showcases Historical Icons and Modern Identities

Black Movements Dance Theatre Spring Concert Showcases Historical Icons and Modern Identities

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02/09/2020

It’s production week for Black Movements Dance Theatre (BMDT)’s upcoming Spring Dance Concert: Legends, Leaders, Warriors and Other Great Souls. Dancers dressed in all black are spread across the floor stretching. BMDT’s Artistic Director Alfreda Davis comes to the front of the studio and announces, “These coming weeks, you’ll only be able to do five…

<I>Weathering with You</I>: The Rise of Shinkai and the Anime Wave

Weathering with You: The Rise of Shinkai and the Anime Wave

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02/03/2020

When I attended middle school in a small, Canadian town, openly liking anime got you labeled as either a weirdo or pervert—most likely both. It was ostracizing. Recently, I attended a sold out American showing of Makoto Shinkai’s newest anime film, Weathering with You (2019). Japanese anime’s wave of popularity has hit the US.  Makoto…

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