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 Everett True

There is no such thing as good and bad music | Music played in week 1 of KMB003

There is no such thing as good and bad music | Music played in week 1 of KMB003

Music played in week 1 of KMB003. This was for the general introductory lecture + tutorial. Most of the quotes below are mine. Click on the song title for the link. 1. Destiny’s Child – Survivor (ft. Da Brat) Never even knew this song till I saw Beyoncé perform it last year, surrounded by clouds […]

 Everett True

Everett True’s 20 Favourite Songs of 2012 (the edited version)


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It seems like folk just don’t have the time these days for the full unexpurgated version.

 Everett True

Everett True’s 64 Favourite Songs of 2012

Everett True’s 64 Favourite Songs of 2012

Last year was sensational for music. This year was even more sensational.

 Everett True

Apropos of nothing, here’s a list of 20+ protest songs


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Week 2 of my lectures in Creative Performer 2 at QUT. Persuasion, propaganda, attempt to change the status quo. And that’s just my teaching style.

 Lucy

22 Songs I Loved in 2012 by Lucy Cage

Sparky, desperate, rough-edged, delirium-fuelled, defiant, shouty boy pop. There’s a place for it, you know.

 Tamsin

22 of Tamsin Chapman’s favourite songs of 2012 so far

You hear people say, “music isn’t as good as it used to be”, but you don’t ever hear them say “books aren’t as good as they used to be”. That’s because to say such a thing would reveal that person as a massive tool.

 Everett True

Song of the day – 445: Plan B

This is what I understand rock’n’roll – call it whatever term you like – can be. This is Plan B. This makes me proud to be part-British.

 ed

Collapse Board Goes To The Big Day Out 2011

Why are female drummers always so happy whereas guy drummers always look in serious pain?