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Collapse Board Year One

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Here are the most-read articles on Collapse Board during its first year, month by month. These are unique page views, whatever the hell that means.

August 2010
Whatever Happened To The Music Press: An Answer (585 views)
It’s been a long time since I genuinely enjoyed music journalism. (Matt O’Neill)

September 2010
more on Washington (1,873 views)
Australia. You worry me sometimes. (Everett True)

October 2010
Ari Up R.I.P. (5,944 views)
I moved to London because of The Slits. More specifically, I moved to London because of a song on The Slits’ debut album Cut. (ET)

November 2010
quite a revealing blog entry about editorial policy at Q and NME (2,668 views)
You don’t have to work for them. You don’t have to write for them. (ET)

December 2010
1001 Albums You Should Die Before You Hear, pt 1 (2,857 views)
1001 Albums You Should Die Before You Hear. Prepare to be sickened. (ET)

January 2011
how ‘influence’ works – Washington vs Laura Marling (620 views)
You could probably tune in a few seconds before on each and tune out 30 seconds later to achieve the desired effect. (ET)

February 2011
that ‘new’ Radiohead video reviewed in full (3,864 views)
It’s rock music as midlife crisis: premature and unwanted. (ET)

March 2011
Death Rattle – The Stone Roses, Primal Scream, Oasis and the travesty of British Alternative Rock in the 90s (2,520 views)
What exactly was happening in British music around 1988? According to many, nothing much. (Wallace Wylie)

April 2011
Odd Future and sexism etc (2,811 views)
One of the first things you’ll probably read about hip-hop collective Odd Future is that they rap about rape.  (WW)

May 2011
REVIEWED IN PICTURES Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues (Sub Pop) (1,287 views)
(ET)

June 2011
Shut up about Kreayshawn being racist (4,961 views)
The most common, negative opinion of Kreayshawn (‘Gucci Gucci’) is that she’s a racist, privileged, appropriating, female misogynist. (Kelly McClure)

July 2011
Shut up about Kreayshawn being racist (17,260 views)
(KMc)
How I Learned To Play Guitar (5,115 views)
Great rock music has less to do with ‘skill’ and ‘talent’ and more to do with a person’s ability to use music as an artistic medium. (Erika Meyer)

August 2011
Shut up about Kreayshawn being racist (36,746 views)
(KMc)
Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Later (5,498 views)
Nirvana had a bigger effect on American culture than any rock band since The Beatles. I was there, and anyone who tells you any differently is a goddamned liar. (Scott Creney)

September 2011
Amanda Palmer @ The Concorde 2, Brighton, UK 01.09.11 (4,022 views)
This isn’t a gig, it’s a communion. (Lucy Cage)

(continue overleaf for the 12 most popular posts overall)

1. Shut up about Kreayshawn being racist (61,421 views)
(Kelly McClure)
2. Song of the Day (14,258 views)
(Everett True)
3. my advice for aspiring music critics (7,960 views)
(ET)
4. Nirvana’s Nevermind, 20 Years Later (6,792 views)
(Scott Creney)
5. Ari Up R.I.P. (6,361 views)
(ET)
6. How I Learned To Play Guitar (5,756 views)
(Erika Meyer)
7. that ‘new’ Radiohead video reviewed in full (4,126 views)
(ET)
8. Amanda Palmer @ The Concorde 2, Brighton, UK 01.09.11 (4,022 views)
(Lucy Cage)
9. Odd Future and sexism etc (3,958 views)
(Wallace Wylie)
10. 1001 Albums You Should Die Before You Hear, pt 1 (3,499 views)
(ET)
11. Death Rattle – The Stone Roses, Primal Scream, Oasis and the travesty of British Alternative Rock in the 90s (3,438 views)
(WW)
12. quite a revealing blog entry about editorial policy at Q and NME (3,249 views)
(ET)

One Response to Collapse Board Year One

  1. Wallace Wylie October 5, 2011 at 10:18 am

    So, more Kreayshawn articles it is then. Here’s mine- Passing The Torch: Why Kreayshawn and Odd Future Represent the True Spirit of Nirvana.

    It should cover a lot of bases.

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