The real problem that the industry is dealing with these days is the lack of cultural importance given to popular music and the fact that popular music no longer has the same unifying power as it used to.
The thunking riffs are suitably portentous, but the amusing video would have tickled Beksinski’s reportedly excellent sense of humour.
Music is far too important to be relegated to the background.
Mediums are like genres. They don’t die. They just stop being cool.
By Manu González
Shorthand review: This is the indulgent sound of the angst of millionaires.
It’s taken me nearly two decades to admit to liking Nevermind in public again. In celebration, I’ve decided to reprint my original review.
Most people just turn the other way for success. I think we’ve had a career of uncompromising vision.
Band-members are like the ingredients of a cake: get it wrong, and the result is bland or sickly.