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This is an article I wrote for PLUG Magazine about the state of pop music in 2015. It’s behind a paywall so you can read it below. There is also a nice article from Mic.com here about pop becoming more generic, along with a Pitchfork article on streaming services and playlists that are changing the face […]
Hong Kong punk and hardcore has come a long way from its nascent beginnings in the 1990s. One man has been there almost all the way. Riz Farooqi shares his journey with his band King Ly Chee in my Boom Magazine exclusive.
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