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It is becoming increasingly clear with the passing of each year, that the terms commercial and credible are largely mutually exclusive as it applies to pop music. There are very few new artists/bands ...
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Jan 2018
This concert review is co-written with US-based Debbie Martinez – our guest blogger and an ardent a-ha fan that traveled far to make sure she could be ours eyes and ears on the ground. Dates: ...
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Jul 2017
I have always questioned the rather prevalent trend of labeling “The 80s” as a genre of pop music for all music that was created in the 1980s. This single (and rather unwarranted) label to...
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Jun 2017
“It’s all about the girl right…and you’re going to use somebody else’s art to get her? Are you kidding?” – says the character of Brendan (played by Jack Reyno...
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Apr 2016
We are over a month and a half overdue with this post – which we typically do at the end of each year. We are going to blame our prolonged delay on being distracted with the effort of migrating ...
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Feb 2016
Earlier this year, we reviewed “Mad World: An Oral History of New Wave Artists and Songs that Defined the 1980s” by Lori Majewski and Jonathan Bernstein. This book is a “must have...
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Apr 2015
Last year, we made a post about the back-story around George Michael‘s timeless classic “Careless Whisper” to celebrate 30 years since the song went to #1 in the UK. It got us thinki...
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Jan 2015
Around a year ago, we published our annual post for “Veteran artists to look out for in 2014”. There was a lot of excitement around that post. Some of that excitement was warranted. Some c...
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Dec 2014
Love songs by prominent artists featured on the soundtracks of popular movies were always success stories waiting to happen. They all had the same ingredients that made them bonafide global hits. They...
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Nov 2014
Pop duos, while relatively rare these days, used to be permanent fixtures in the commercial music scene of yesteryear. Noteworthy examples include Hall & Oates, Tears For Fears, Wham, Savage Garde...
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Aug 2014