the music crit as David-troll (FB)



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/*****)



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



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


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

The greatest performance



“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)



“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



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 »