Monthly Archives: August 2017

The Relatable Themes of Radical Face’s “Ghosts”

Almost universally so, concept albums often reach emotional depths and feelings that non-concept albums don’t. Normally speaking, concept albums tell a story. Whether that be Kendrick Lamar’s “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” story of Lamar’s upbringing or Kid Cudi’s “Man on the Moon: The End of Day”, they’ve told an incredible story in the signature way… Read More

Taboo in Ft. Worth: A Performer’s Story

Regardless of how progressive our society is slowly but surely becoming more progressive and less judgemental, one taboo remains slightly. This particular taboo, strangely, is regarding a person’s chosen profession, one where you sensually dance to entice people to give countless time and money.   Along with pornography, stripping is certainly a frowned-upon profession in… Read More

A Highly New Business Frontier

November 8, 2016 will forever be a day of many mixed emotions in most Americans’ lives. While a controversial and loud-spoken populist was elected to the nation’s highest office, California, Nevada, and Massachusetts all moved forward with the legalization of marijuana to follow in the footsteps of the Pacific Northwest. In addition, two unlikely states,… Read More