Wayne’s 4×2 – Four Short and Sweet Recommendations with Wayne Massingham


The Rise of Skywalker may be dominating popular culture headlines this week, but it’s far from the only piece of entertainment that warrants your attention. But with so much media out there it can be hard to figure out what to focus on.

So if you’re struggling to sort the award-worthy from the bored-worthy, Wayne is here to help.

In Wayne’s 4×2 Wayne provides insightfully short reviews of books, bands, shows, art, concerts, TV series, and movies. Perfect for the busybody… or those struggling to choose what to do in their free time.

Featured in this episode:

Film: American Factory – This Netflix documentary is one of the first to be produced under a deal with the Obamas. It follows the struggles of workers in an Ohio based manufacturing plant.

Music: Goes West – William Tyler’s fourth studio album features more of his trademark sound. If you like it, Wayne recommends tickets to Tyler’s upcoming Australian tour

TV: The Deuce– Created by David Simon – famous for his earlier work, The Wire – this recently concluded HBO period drama delves into the history of porn in New York City.

Music: Vagabon – Laetitia Tamko (pictured above) is a singer-songwriter who performs under the stage name Vagabon. Her second, self titled album comes stamped with Wayne’s seal of approval.

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