The collective Australian music press needs to be congratulated this week for hitting new lows that you just wouldn’t have thought possible. Triple j, as with most of the other Australian music press, deserves to be congratulated for naming the victim of abuse and threatening behaviour from the lead singer of unfathomably popular Sydney white […]
Reviewing music is never just about ‘the music’. If it was, then… uh… music criticism would be fucked.
An interesting volte face for the field of music criticism – from opinion-leaders and gate-keepers to mainstream cheerleaders
If Street Press Australia is still inviting discussion about sexism in its papers, I would like to let them know that I think Fred Negro’s Strip included in Time Off edition 1611 is sexist.
A small bust and an average to skinny figure (Has a look that could fit into the band drawing image)
FEMINIST SOLIDARITY ACROSS BORDERS! FREE PUSSY RIOT! DEATH TO PRISON, FREEDOM TO PROTEST!
Yes, he does say that there are good male musicians/bands. But it feels to me like they nearly have to prove themselves worthy of consideration
I mean, the whole industry is a total boys club. I think this is really what pushed me heavily into proudly labelling myself a feminist.
I’m not a particular fan of concentrating too hard when it comes to music
ALL music is fake. That’s why they call it a performance; that’s why they call it an act.