Selfie Magazine

Selfie Magazine APRIL 2018

SELFIE MAGAZINE, the world's new leading men's magazine, gives guys what they want — beautiful women, jokes, sports, entertainment, gadgets, rides and beautiful women. Did we mention beautiful women?

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Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Constant Beacon Publishing
Fréquence:
Back issues only
5,35 €(TVA Incluse)

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1 min
letter from the editor

Kylie Jenner is one of those models that’s hot enough to cause a serious pants fire no matter what she’s wearing, but I think this most recent shoot she did for Selfie might just be one of her hottest ones to date. Because even though Kylie would still look smoking hot in a garbage bag, I think I speak for all of us when I say we obviously prefer to see her in a bikini or better yet, wearing my all-time favorite outfit: a handbra. So enjoy these, while I go grab an ice pack out of the freezer to help cool me down.…

1 min
kylie jenner is one of those models

Kylie Jenner is one of those models that’s hot enough to cause a serious pants fire no matter what she’s wearing, but I think this most recent shoot she did for Selfie might just be one of her hottest ones to date. Because even though Kylie would still look smoking hot in a garbage bag, I think I speak for all of us when I say we obviously prefer to see her in a bikini or better yet, wearing my all-time favorite outfit: a handbra. So enjoy these, while I go grab an ice pack out of the freezer to help cool me down.…

4 min
stone temple pilots

Stone Temple Pilots were able to turn alternative rock into stadium rock; naturally, they became the most critically despised band of their era. Accused by many critics of being nothing more than ripoff artists who pilfered from Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Alice in Chains, the band-mates nevertheless became major stars in 1993. And the influence of those bands was apparent in their music, although Stone Temple Pilots did manage to change things around a bit. STP were more concerned with tight song structure and riffs than punk rage. Their closest antecedents were not the Sex Pistols or Hüsker Dü; instead the band resembled arena rock acts from the ‘70s -- they made popular hard rock that sounded good on the radio and in concert. No matter what the critics said,…

5 min
music reviews

Release Date March 16, 2018 Genre Pop/Rock Styles Chamber Pop Indie Pop Indie Rock Alternative/Indie Rock The shorthand description of I’ll Be Your Girl, the Decemberists’ eighth album, is that it’s the record where the band decide to ditch the past and engage with the modern world, layering their folk-rock with synthesizers and other contemporary accouterments. The intentional irony is, that this modern sound -- shepherded by producer John Congleton, best-known for helming acclaimed albums by St. Vincent, Angel Olsen, and Future Islands -- is predicated on the New Wave of the ‘70s and ‘80s, a sound that would seem like a throwback for nearly any other group, but in the hands of the Decemberists, such swaths of synths provide a vibrant, colorful jolt. Congleton doesn’t merely expand the band’s palette, he acts…

4 min
red sparrow

The Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union is a fascinating and unique period of history in which two superpowers jockeyed for dominance through surrogate countries and economic means rather than engage in direct combat. For many, it ended with the dissolution of the USSR triggered by the fall of the Berlin Wall, resulting in separation of Soviet states into distinct countries with various forms of leadership. Recent political news, of course, suggests that this long simmering rivalry between Russian and American forces is far from over, with many suspicions abound about Russia’s actions in the most recent presidential election. Putting that aside, it’s hard to overestimate how much the Cold War changed the psyche of the countries, spreading into all aspects of life, from altering the Pledge…

4 min
pacific rim: uprising

Sequels are always an uncertain proposition. So many different elements have to come together perfectly for a film to be successful. Once that lightning has been captured in a bottle once, how do filmmakers harness it again? Furthermore, how do storytellers expand the worlds and characters they created and tell an original and engaging tale while retaining the parts of the first movie that resonated with audiences in the first place? “Pacific Rim: Uprising” adds new aspects to the premise of giant robots fighting behemoths from another world while staying true to what viewers loved about the original. Unfortunately, although the movie delivers some interesting new characters and a clever plot, it’s saddled with a weak script that makes it a shadow of its predecessor. Ten years after the events of…