Culture

Looking for Azealia’s Harlem Shake, Or How We Mistake the Politics of Obliteration for Appropriation

Nicholas Brady “Undisciplined and vulnerable, firmly rooted in our time, might we nevertheless feel, even without recognition, the rhythms of the poetry from a future in which M — might be? Might we allow those rhythms to move us to repel the quotidian violence through which we currently are defined without demanding of the future … Continue reading