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“The effect of mimicry is camouflage” – (Of Mimicry and Man: The Ambivalence of Colonial Discourse by Homi Bhabha)

Mimicry is the act of mimicking someone or something often in a rude or hurtful manor.

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Movies & Books

The Soundtrack To Your Novel

There are two types of music that I categorize when I write a novel – music that inspires me and music that I envision in… 332 more words

#TBT - Beastie Boys - Ill Communication (feat. Q Tip)

If you don’t know who the Beastie Boys are, I’m going to need you to stop reading right now, and not return to this website again. 7 more words


From Beastie Boys To Weezer: A Thorough Look At Spike Jonze's Most Iconic Music Videos

Though the 90s didn’t have the honor of being the decade that housed the MTV revolution or music videos like Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and Madonna’s “Like a Prayer” that shook the world and announced the arrival of the art form, I’d still argue that that decade, and not the 1980s, stands out as the most important era in the history of music videos. 1,700 more words


"I'm Down" - The Beastie Boys

After giving high praise to the Beatles’ original, here’s the lost, molar-rattling, rude, and punk-as-hell Beastie Boys cover that was supposed to be included on their legendary Rick Rubin-produced 1986 masterpiece “Licensed to Ill,” but was left off for legal reasons.   43 more words