Judging Britney the same way you’d judge Dylan or Elliott Smith is like taking a baseball bat to a cricket game.
Like, is there really no other way of challenging sexism and racism in music videos accept by doing the EXACT SAME THING but with a knowing wink? Really?
“I am earth and air and fire and water,” she said softly. “I come from the Dark where all things have their beginning”
How sad is this? The Washington Post gets the drop on almost every Australian publication with its summary of Australian music in 2012
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How sad is this? The Washington Post gets the drop on almost every Australian publication with its summary of Australian music in 2012: It’s been an especially fruitful year for my favorite geographic micro-genre, with woozy, wobbly, strummy guitar rock emerging as a distinct sound Down Under. One reason for the largely unified aesthetic is […]
I hate music festivals because I love music, and I mean properly love music. Real love is unhealthy, obsessive, consuming. I am outside Music’s house in defiance of a restraining order. I am frightening off Music’s new boyfriend. I am holding Music’s pets to ransom until Music agrees to return my calls.
…willing sheep whose idea of a great review is one where they got free entry AND free drinks…
Do I have to suspend critical judgment if I’m dealing with anything local (or even national)?
Once there was no “three songs, no flash” rule, now it’s industry standard in all but the small, local shows. Once there were no releases. Once there were no copyright-grabbing contracts.
There’s a great song on the debut album from Liam Gallagher’s new band.