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If you’re a music-loving teen in a tiny town with no music scene, Bandcamp is a lifesaver. Jes Skolnik, editor of the Bandcamp Daily, weighs the pros and cons of online music communities.
Matt Conboy, co-founder of one of NYC’s most famous indie music venues, tells us how “Death By Audio” died.
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NPR music critic Ann Powers reflects on how Americans have used music to talk around their awkward feelings related to sex and race.
If everyone’s a critic online, does it mean that cultural criticism doesn’t matter anymore?More