In Pete Davidson’s mind, listening to Michael Jackson and R Kelly is no different than supporting the Catholic Church.
Frontman Dan Reynolds specifically called out Slipknot, The 1975, and Smashing Pumpkins for their past criticisms of his band.
Original director says Luca Guadagnino’s version has “no fear… no music.”
Sorry to Bother You’s Boots Riley calls Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman “disappointing” in “political critique”
On the heels of his own acclaimed film, Riley takes issues with the inaccuracies and creative licenses in Lee’s latest film.
Critics and patrons alike say the combo club/restaurant “started at the bottom and stays there.”
Neil Young responds to NRA spokesperson’s obsessive hatred of his music: “Why doesn’t she just shoot me?”
“Well, I’m glad I got under her skin,” the folk legend added with a laugh.
He joins fellow bearded folkie Justin Vernon in his criticism of this year’s Grammy recipient.
The trend of sprinting to review surprise albums does nobody any favors.
As the festival landscape changes, music criticism evolves with it.
“Cool story but please take Nina’s name out your mouth.”
Criticism is a sustaining element for art, even if sometimes we struggle to see it.