Max Fredell

<I>Rodarte </i>: A Walk Through the Mulleavy’s Garden

Rodarte : A Walk Through the Mulleavy’s Garden

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11/15/2018

Rodarte’s place in the National Museum of Women in the Arts is fitting; women started the fashion company of the same name, and its designs are for women. The exhibit showcases pieces from the company’s inception through its 2018 Spring/Summer collection. Founded by Kate and Laura Mulleavy in 2005, Rodarte featured its first collection in…

Critical Voices: Jean Deaux, <i>Krash</i>

Critical Voices: Jean Deaux, Krash

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10/29/2018

It wasn’t really clear what Jean Deaux’s Krash was going to be when it arrived. Jean Deaux has been featured on Smino and Mick Jenkins songs for the last couple years, dropping one-off EP’s and singles along the way, with little concern for a coherent release pattern. If anything, what the album wound up being…

Critical Voices: Usher, <i>A</i>

Critical Voices: Usher, A

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10/22/2018

This summer, I went to an E-40 and Bone Thugz-n-Harmony concert. Between sets, one of the MC’s was working the crowd, joking around and playing radio hits to get people moving. Then, he made the off-hand comment, “how many people in their 30’s do we have in here?” and played some old Usher. The crowd…

Critical Voices: High On Fire, <i>Electric Messiah</i>

Critical Voices: High On Fire, Electric Messiah

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10/09/2018

Matt Pike, the guitarist and vocalist for High On Fire, is restless. This power-metal trio was borne out of his need to jam in his garage while his first band, legendary stoner-metal group Sleep, was on hiatus. Since releasing their last album, “Luminiferous,” Pike hasn’t been sleeping well. Lemmy of Motorhead visits him in his…

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