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There is something to be said for the tenacity of artists and bands that emerged in the 80s. While many of these bands were defining pieces of the sonic architecture of the 80s, their transition to th...
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Jul 2014
In our article titled “The rampant trend of ageism in modern pop music” (published in February 2013), we highlighted the minimal incentive of artists of yesteryear to record and release material. ...
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Jun 2014
To say 2014 has been a slow year for quality pop music so far would be quite the understatement. In 2012, yesteryear’s pop star Limahl made a surprising return with his single “1983”...
9
Apr 2014
Suffolk-born singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran does not embody the typical attributes of the manufactured, generic and “created for teen idolatry” pop star. Neither does his route to stardom fo...
7
Apr 2014
The art of damage control is one that very few music artists have a grasp of. Madonna excels at this. U2 has managed to have a successful career despite artistic misfires with very little damage contr...
25
Feb 2014
In an ideal world, collaborations in pop music should be aimed at artists with complementary competencies building off of each other to create a song or musical work that goes beyond what they could h...
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Feb 2014
In an interview almost two decades ago, international superstar George Michael claimed that he enjoyed singing other people’s songs more than he enjoyed singing his own songs. That is fairly odd giv...
4
Feb 2014
The surprise element of last year’s Billboard Music Awards was the appearance of Norwegian pop/rock trio a-ha‘s magnetic frontman Morten Harket on stage alongside Cuban rapper Pitbull and Chri...
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Feb 2014
Aussie pop princess Kylie Minogue is one of the artists we listed in our post on “Veteran artists returning with new music in 2014“. Given the brilliance of her last studio outing “A...
19
Jan 2014
This blog belongs to Radio Creme Brulee – an internet music radio station that broadcasts globally. Cultural exchange has existed in all forms of art for decades. Hence, it is only natural that...
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Sep 2013