here at sinkhole, we’re explorers, not explainers – our goal is to chart the world's complexities, to resist the echo chamber, and to engage in the difficult work of empathy.
In "Guala," G-Eazy and Carnage create the best music video watching experience you will have in a good, long time, and Hulu's got a winner with its new period drama, Harlots.
The hype surrounding the “gay scene” in Disney’s new Beauty & the Beast is overblown, and Nicole Kidman steals the show in HBO’s Big Little Lies. Plus, Missing Richard Simmons is a great, Serial-like podcast experience.
NPR’s new podcast In the Thick takes on race and politics from a black and brown lens, and Depeche Mode’s new album Spirit owes its “new life” to Brexit, Trump, and the rise of right-wing politics. Plus, Drake’s playlist More Life straddles the line between influence and cultural appropriation.
It's all about comedy this week: Amy Schumer's competence in The Leather Special, Mike Birbiglia’s layered storytelling in Thank God for Jokes, and Pete Holmes's infectious optimism in HBO's Crashing.