Tag Archives: Blurred Lines

July 20

Words: Article in PLUG Magazine on the decline of pop

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 […]

March 24

Words: Four for thought: What’s big in the music world?/回顧:本週四項不可不知的音樂大事

(中文版在後面) Meerkat: What the hell is that? Some pesky animal right? It’s an iPhone app that allows streaming straight to Twitter, with obviously great implications for music fans, who can see what’s happening with their favourite artists at live shows. Except: profiteers will struggle to monetise it, which is a super NO NO (see story […]