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Listen to Jody Rosen Talk About 1920s New York City Music on WNYC’s ‘Soundcheck’
As part of
Magazine’s Annual Yesteryear Issue.
Listen to Rosen Talk About NYC Musical History
It’s partly because of all the striving artists that have passed through.
end of culture
The Last Culture Guide You’ll Ever Need
Exhausted by trying to keep up with new culture? Why not give it up altogether? Our critics’ handbook to all the wonderful stuff lurking right behind your screen.
Rosen on Sleigh Bells’ New Sound
This record stands apart from its predecessors, sonically and otherwise.
Rosen on Janelle Monáe’s
The Electric Lady
Whatever you think of Janelle Monáe as a singer, songwriter, and performer, this much is undeniable: She is an excellent concept.
Jody Rosen on the Rise of Bro-Country
Music by and of the tatted, gym-toned, party-hearty young American white dude.
How Robin Thicke Became the Dork King of R&B
You wanna hug
Marc Anthony Returns With a New Salsa Album (and Some Socks)
is Anthony’s first album of original salsa music in a decade.
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Clint Eastwood to Win More Oscars
Clint Eastwood will win Best Picture, Michelle Trachtenburg will appear on
, and Ryan Adams will blog, hilariously.