Margot Saville November 29, 2017 7 Comments
The legendary AC/DC guitarist, whose funeral was this week, was remembered as a loyal and loving artist.
Charlie Lewis November 22, 2017 6 Comments
Our favourite (not necessarily in a good way) political party songs.
Guy Rundle October 26, 2017 9 Comments
Born in New Orleans Ninth Ward, where he lived until Hurricane Katrina drove him out, Fats Domino left school at grade four, and worked as an iceman’s apprentice, until his uncle taught him piano. And that was that.
Emily Watkins October 3, 2017 8 Comments
News outlets were free fallin' into fake news cycles when CBS reported Tom Petty's death.
Charlie Lewis June 2, 2017 3 Comments
The primary appeal of Sgt Pepper has, from the very beginning, been as much about nostalgia as music.
Charlie Lewis April 7, 2017 5 Comments
The complicated legacy of a modestly remunerated session musician who changed pop music forever.
Guy Rundle December 23, 2016 5 Comments
A very Crikey Christmas.
Crikey Intern November 29, 2016 8 Comments
With summer music season upon us, the debate around pill testing has been revived. Should drug users be able to tell if they are consuming what they think they are, or does pill testing encourage drug use? Crikey intern Tamsin Rose reports.
Guy Rundle November 14, 2016 11 Comments
His voice was not suited to the times, at first; soon, the times remade themselves for his voice.
W H Chong October 20, 2016 6 Comments
If the Nobel committee wants to give out a prize for music, they need to create a category for music. Dylan's lyrics alone do not deserve a literature prize.