What’s good in life?
Conan the Barbarian was absolutely wrong when he answered this question. We believe it’s love. Love of/for/from everything and everyone. Good literature, art, and music can help us love, can help us understand, or at least come closer to these. Pizza proabably can to. You can’t eat pizza over the internet yet, so we’ve selected some great things for you to read. You could always read them while you eat pizza.
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-Sincerely, Todd & Adam
Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib’s highly scientific comparison of rappers and Disney film sidekicks.
“What’s this guy so angry about?… If you’re going to be mad, at least let he people know what you’re mad about.”
-Chuck Berry om The Sex Pistols in 1980
Choirista Shira Erlichman’s powerful Odes to Lithium
John Peel and the birth of The Modern Sound
The Choir’s own William James has a book coming out and we couldn’t be more stoked about it! Do yourself a favor and go pre-order a copy.
What’s better than two of your favorite muscians having a groovy conversation? Kim Gordon interviewing Kurt Vile definitely falls under this umbrella.
We love dogs and we love rainbows and we love dog rainbows and we love poems and we love Voicemail Poems and we’re absolutely in love with “Dog Rainbow” by Roshan.
-Fascinating article about the competing approaches to the science of cosmology and quantum physics.
Powerful story by Kelly Sundberg, recently selected for this year’s Best American Essays
Camonghne Felix writes searingly about the “deeply irresponsible misogynistic dynamic” of older men pursuing young girls.
The new issue of The Atlas Review is a phenomenal tribute to Bernadette Mayer, featuring way too many beautiful poems by excellent poets to list. In particular, pieces from Keegan Lester, Carleen Tibbetts, and Morgan Parker knocked our socks off. But really, the whole dang thing’s amazing!
Choir member Mckendy Fils-Aime dropped some amazing work for you to savor over at The nervous Breakdown.
And hey, did we mention this anthology thing we made? We’re super proud of it. We think you’ll love it.