Alex Enaholo



Appraising Re-Appraisals

24th December 2021

Pitchfork’s recent re-scoring fiasco reveals the misogynistic snobbery still haunting music criticism. Music site pitchfork.com consider themselves to be “the most trusted voice in music”, but I prefer to consider them as BuzzFeed for male manipulators. To celebrate its 25th birthday, the publication released a list of albums re-scored. Of all their pseudointellectual listicles this ...


Calls for more intersectionality amongst climate activists groups at COP26

7th November 2021

There has been criticism levelled at the COP26 summit at the lack of intersectionality and racial justice, which proponents argue are vital to any solution to the climate crisis.   Both the delegates in the blue zone and the most prominent activist groups such as Extinction Rebellion (XR) are perceived by some as lacking in ...


Twitter in the time of Corona: Minaj, Moderna, and Misinformation

15th October 2021

Following one of the most incredible episodes in the site’s history, it may be time to reflect on Twitter’s duty of care. Nicki Minaj has never avoided ball talk. Whether her bejewelled fingers are examining them for some doctor-patient roleplay or she’s balling on behalf of Post Malone, the words hold pride of place in ...