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Vox on Hozier | Music criticism isn’t dead, it just tastes like shit

Vox on Hozier | Music criticism isn’t dead, it just tastes like shit

I came to this via Ned Raggett (via Stephen Thomas Erlewine) and I’d like to reprint some of what he (and various friends) said about it on Facebook. Ladies and gentlemen…the world’s worst article on music, at least this year. AND BEFORE YOU ALL COMPLAIN ABOUT HOZIER SPECIFICALLY (which I have no problem with), zoom […]

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detail from the interview for the job of Assistant Editor, Melody Maker, 1992

How is that pretentious, Alan? I took it from that week’s Smash Hits

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Everett True in the UK, part two – London


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“I didn’t listen to pop music growing up,” he reveals. “If I listened to music, it would be something classical”

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quite a revealing blog entry about editorial policy at Q and NME

One of my regular correspondents on Twitter recently published this blog entry. I thought I’d reproduce it here, because I find it to be quite revealing: partway explanatory of what goes on behind the scenes at the mainstream rock press.