the music crit as David-troll (FB)

29/11/2016

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The last couple of days, bored through inertia, I took to gently trolling my peers on Facebook. Read the rest of this entry »


star ratings in music reviews (0/*****)

06/11/2016

daniel

I was sent the following questions from a music journalism student at Huddersfield Uni. I thought I would share my answers with you. Read the rest of this entry »


editorial to Careless Talk Costs Lives #1

01/11/2016

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This is the final issue of Careless Talk Costs Lives. Read the rest of this entry »


Giving me a million reasons; what I listen to when I hear a new album

23/10/2016

I try to never focus too hard, first listen. Read the rest of this entry »


The greatest performance

16/10/2016

nina

“Go on, cry cry, your tears won’t change a thing”. Read the rest of this entry »


what she said ; 20 songs to deny Donald Trump (and Bob Dylan)

14/10/2016

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“I’ve read a lot of criticism lately about the writings of Everett True, music critic. I personally enjoy his work, because he writes about music in a way that critiques the music industry context of the music, and thus steps out of a simple, in-the-system only analysis. It’s nuanced, multi-layered, post-modern, and, and I don’t often use this term because it is so misused, meta. He is worth a considered re-reading. The Žižek of music writing” – Ralf Muhlberger
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10 Bob Dylan songs you should die before you hear

14/10/2016

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You win. Again. All you bastards with your linear narratives. All you male bastards, writing entire worlds out of existence. Read the rest of this entry »