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Joni Mitchell: 'I'm a fool for love. I make the same mistake over and over' (@CameronCrowe - @guardian) https://redef.it/34wXmdv
The Rise and Fall of Vanilla Ice, As Told by Vanilla Ice (@Passionweiss - @ringer) https://redef.it/36AVFNK
Blackpink Are Doing It Big Without The Exhausting Bloat (@chrisdeville - @Stereogum) https://redef.it/2Svnfne
Everything about Blackpink is huge and emphatic and in your face. The crushing titanium beats, the severe top-of-the-lungs melodies and swaggering rap bars, the ostentatious eye-catching outfits, the bombastically busy and colorful music videos, the radical empowerment messaging, even the all-caps a...
Mariah Carey: ‘They’re calling me a diva? I think I’m going to cry!’ (@HadleyFreeman - @guardian) https://redef.it/36xFb9a
A brutal childhood, a traumatic marriage, decades of racism: the singer has overcome it all on her way to the top. She lets rip about the people who have wronged her and the self-belief that sustains her
A few thoughts on Maren Morris' "Better Than We Found It" (@MarissaRMoss) https://redef.it/2GzfQR9
I wrote this today, when I was supposed to be taking time away from homeschooling and snack-fetching to work on my book. But after I heard Maren Morris’ “Better Than We Found It,” I couldn’t concentrate on anything else. I spat this out and put it here; don’t get used to it, this won’t b...
Soul and Energy: Producers Timbaland and Swizz Beatz on Verzuz (@SowmyaK - @playboy) https://redef.it/367s4Lr
A conversation with the mastermind producers on their streaming-battle sensation and why everyone from LeBron James to Kamala Harris is tuning in
Lizzo on Hope, Justice, and the Election (Claudia Rankine - @voguemagazine) https://redef.it/33UtI0p
At a time of unprecedented strife, struggle, and opportunity, Claudia Rankine meets up—at a distance—with Lizzo, the musical sage who wants us to get through this moment together.
Musician Lucinda Williams on figuring out what’s important (@max_mertens @HappyWoman9 - @thecreativeindp) https://redef.it/2RMbtoj
Musician Lucinda Williams on juggling everyday life and creative work, collaborating with loved ones, staying positive, and what makes a good protest song.
Lady Gaga, lost ... and found (@leecowancbs - @CBSSunday) https://redef.it/3kLTgnp
The songwriter-performer's sixth consecutive #1 album, "Chromatica," explores the private pain that colored her hugely successful career and a fame she grew to hate - and helped her reclaim the woman behind the persona
Alanis Morissette: Keynote Conversation with Ann Powers (@annkpowers @Alanis - @nprmusic) https://redef.it/3bW76Aj
NPR Music and The Museum of Pop Culture present the opening keynote session for the 2020 Pop Conference “Forever Young: Popular Music and Youth Across the Ag...
Black Thought is Loved and Feared By Your Favorite Rapper (@DreamzRreal - @levelmag) https://redef.it/2ZDWp0j
The Roots’ frontman talks continuously improving as a man and MC
Róisín Murphy: disco machine (@CarlLoben - @DJmag) https://redef.it/2GQMyxt
Róisín Murphy: disco machine Róisín Murphy is back with her fifth solo album, ‘Róisín Machine’. Carl Loben catches up with her to talk artistic exhibitionism, lockdown videos, her early clubbing years, and why she’s an unstoppable machine Carl Loben Monday, September 14, 2020 - ...
Toots Hibbert, a Father of Reggae, Is Dead (@sisario - @nytimes) https://redef.it/3ipy067
The first to use the word reggae on a record, he sang in a soulful tone and wrote songs with subtle social commentary, helping bring the sounds of Jamaica to the world.
Celia Cruz: The Voice Of Experience (@debparedez - @nprmusic) https://redef.it/2M0vzYs
As a true diva, Cruz was of her time and capable of transcending it. Her voice carried lessons in presence and stamina, and her enduring legacy has created a space for feminist interventions in salsa.
He's Gonna Make It All OK: An Oral History Of Elliott Smith's Darkly Beautiful Self-Titled Album (@liorphillips - @RecordingAcad) https://redef.it/3jtFN2F
To honor the 25th anniversary re-release of 'Elliott Smith,' archivist Larry Crane and photographer JJ Gonson reflect on Smith’s impact on their lives—and ours
Katy Perry On Expanding And Reframing Herself On 'Smile' (@noeleking @_toriwhitley - @npr) https://redef.it/3b3ZT0l
The pop music power house drops her new album, Smile, on Friday, and she's given birth to her first child. Perry talks about the loss of certainty and rebuilding her confidence while making Smile.
Perry Farrell on the Glitz and Glamor of Being Perry Farrell (@yasdnilmac - @SPINmagazine) https://redef.it/31tkA2K
The enduring resonance of Kate Bush's 'Running Up That Hill,' 35 years later (@anniezaleski - @salon) https://redef.it/31pD8kr
Futuristic with a propulsive underbelly, evocative and spiritual, the song has been covered by a variety of artists
REDEF MusicSET: The Classic Rock Song That Whistles 'Dixie' (@MusicREDEF) https://redef.it/3gjTyyX
What to make of the Band's 'The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,' a 1960s song about an 1860s war with ambiguous sympathies, in 2020? Classic? Problematic? Can it be both?
Angel Olsen Is at a Crossroads, Again (@quinnmoreland - @pitchfork) https://redef.it/3aHjELa
On a rainy morning in early August, we spoke with the singer-songwriter about her raw new album, her process, and the age-old quandary of art versus commerce.
Singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle dead at age 38 (@callinghomematt - @Tennessean) https://redef.it/3hnvbSx
"It is with tremendous sadness that we inform you of the passing of our son, husband, father and friend Justin," a Facebook post said Sunday night.
Kylie Minogue wants the world to dance again (@alimkheraj - @i_D) https://redef.it/3iYIn0n
In an exclusive interview with i-D, the pop music icon talks about her upcoming album “Disco” and her journey back to the dancefloor, and we premiere a BTS video from her latest video.
Kenya Barris In Conversation With Tyler, The Creator: 'Why Can't We Tell Our Stories?' (@funnyblackdude @tylerthecreator - @TIME) https://redef.it/34j6ymb
The rapper and 'Black-ish' creator discuss the importance of disrupting the monolithic portrayal of Black Americans in entertainment
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