Pride can only persist and continue if we elevate the voices of people of color, particularly in the queer community, because it’s the voices of those existing in multiple marginalized communities who are the most unheard.
Minimalist, awash in choruses of sunsets, Emily Keener’s newest record, “I Do Not Have To Be Good,” is an indie folk paradise. Paradise is a loose term; beneath the surface of its sonics is a lackadaisical rebellion for freedom.
I remember seeing my friends, but now I just hear their voices over Discord calls. As a person accustomed to long bouts of being left alone, isolation challenges the extent of my love for time to myself.
At the onset of my quarantine, I leeched onto my family’s Netflix account in search of something mindless, but also something I’ve been meaning to see for a long time. And then “Ash vs Evil Dead” appeared in my life.