I watch VICE documentaries a lot. I especially liked that recent Bam Margera one, but mostly I watch old docs. I don't know how to describe them accurately, but I can say it gives you a different perspective on things you didn't know you cared about.
Unfortunately, Anthony Fantano, reviewer of many different musical genres, doesn't know that he looks like a molester with his mustache. His videos are good though.
Samurai Jack is a good cartoon about a feudal samurai being transported to a future in order to kill Aku, an evil tree. Yeah, it sounds weird, and that's exactly what this show is, but it's a good kind of weird. I only finished Season 1, and I heard Season 5 goes crazy, so watching the rest of the series is on my To-Do list.
This is a cool show I picked up and never got around to catching up on. But from what I watched, it was engrossing to the point where multiple weekends would be spent just bingeing on Barry's adventures. Watch with caution,
You don't have to agree with Tyler's supposed homosexuality to know that this is easily Tyler, the Creator's best project yet. He picked great features, made great beats, and wrote great lyrics. Favorite tracks: Where This Flower Blooms, Who Dat Boy, Pothole, Boredom, I Ain't Got Time!, 911 / Mr. Lonely, November.
One of the very few 10/10 albums, as rated in "theneedledrop," which testifies to the lyrical genius of this album. Good stuff. Favorite tracks: King Kunta, Institutionalized, Alright, The Blacker the Berry, i, Mortal Man.
Unlike his peers, Ski Mask has a crazy flow and off-the-wall lyrics that outshine his often explicit lyrics. His pop culture references and spin on classic beats can make you grin, if you can shrug off the sometimes offensive lines he raps.
TLOP, while often regarded as a hot mess by critics, still holds up to be an enjoyable listen - not in school, though. Favorite tracks: Ultralight Beam, Famous, Feedback, and No More Parties in LA.