Listen without prejudice and you might come away with more of an appreciation for this uniquely loved and loathed band.
What used to be a festival about people enjoying great music in Austin while munching on great food has become a political rally for the TikTok crowd and San Francisco transplants.
‘The Jesus Music’ charts the rise of contemporary Christian music (CCM) back to the 1970s. But is the sprawling narrative too sanitized?
The public waited on Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ release with bated breath for weeks. Now that it’s out, the reaction seems to be mixed.
Country music superstar Jason Aldean celebrated his fans at a Wantagh, New York concert on August 7 for setting their faces free.
With quality archival footage and engaging interviews, ‘The Sparks Brothers’ movie tells the story of how the dynamic pair became ‘your favorite band’s favorite band.’
Jashinsky and Kaminsky discuss how “mainstream” country music is experiencing a shift away from its rural roots and traditions to appeal to the masses.
Its powerful apocalyptic vision of a reckoning God captured the civil religion sentiment of a Union fighting for freedom for all people.
Mickey Guyton is every self-conscious, self-loathing Nashville executive’s affirmative action dream.
If loving Harajuku so much that you stylize your art around it is the equivalent of a minstrel show or blackface, then how are we supposed to qualify flagrant acts of racism?
Perhaps worse than trite politicization of classic tunes is failing to pass on the wealth of a child’s musical heritage. Here are some ways to start offering that audible feast to your child.
Enter ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version),’ which is taking longtime Taylor Swift fans back to a bygone era of 15-year-old crushes and dancing on rainy streets.
While woke corporatists tried to cancel country music Morgan Wallen, his fans erected billboards declaring him Entertainer of the Year.
Set designers were finally able to draw fans into their vivid dream without the constraints of Newtonian physics. Yet virtual reality isn’t all wonder.
With “WAP” now more than six months old, it’s easier to step back and see how the track sunk into our pop cultural landscape.
Lil Nas X made headlines when he announced the release of 666 pairs of “Satan shoes,” featuring a pentagram, a verse about Satan, and a drop of human blood.
Sprinkled in Bob Dylan’s folk-rock protest music are examples of quiet responses to the establishment’s reasonless rules. It may be more apt today than it was when he wrote it.
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