Resources for Supporting BIPOC Artists and Dismantling Systemic Racism

We at The Bucket encourage everybody to educate themselves on systemic racism in the U.S. and beyond, as well as antiracist strategies and ways to support BIPOC artists and creators. Though there are a wealth of these resources available online, we have compiled a brief list of resources dealing specifically with supporting BIPOC content creators.… Continue reading Resources for Supporting BIPOC Artists and Dismantling Systemic Racism

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In the spring we started collecting, here are some of our favorite memories.

Cloudbusting

It’s the little pills behind thick bars, the hurling whites and blues, the sweet veins of consumption; It’s that hard plastic taste, those light strips, bright frost, this mundanity in bloom; It’s her rubberband cry, her satin march, her chorus of keening tongues; It’s walking home, breathing in, gilded heat.

Eight Days a Week: Sunday

Sunday While Sunday is technically the first day of the week, let’s be honest, it’s really the last, and some songs are all too aware of this fact. Etta James’s soulful “A Sunday Kind of Love”, No Doubt’s “Sunday Morning”, Lonely God’s “Sunday”, Earl Sweatshirt and Frank Ocean’s “Sunday”, and The Strokes’ “Why Are Sundays… Continue reading Eight Days a Week: Sunday

Eight Days a Week: Saturday

Saturday Saturday is, classically, the best day of the week. Surprisingly, not all Saturday songs are as upbeat as one might expect. Sure, there are a bunch of songs that frame Saturdays as celebrations. Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)” off of his seminal record, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Khalid’s “Saturday Nights”, the 80’s… Continue reading Eight Days a Week: Saturday