Following their 2015 debut, Never Happy, Ever After, I initially thought that As It Is might have a tough time with their sophomore release to rival it. But boy, I was proved wrong with okay.
Apostasy jumps from fast to slow, genre to genre, style to style, at a moment’s notice—but this is in no way a bad thing.
It’s officially cuffing season guys, but forget that guy you met at the coffee shop, because Wanderer’s new EP makes a much better bae than he’ll ever be (sorry, not sorry).
Fantastic Beasts introduces us to a darker version of the Wizarding World than we’re used to and we love it.
It’s a dream, but one you have with your eyes open. It’s the past, present, and future. It’s an introspective thought session. It’s pronoun’s debut EP.
After Jess’ dad reacted badly to her coming out as trans the last time they spoke, Jess swore she would never speak to him again. When he announces he is remarrying just before she heads to college however, Jess’ world is thrown into a whirlwind road trip full of new friendships, unfinished business, and more quirky roadside attractions than you can imagine.