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I'm Not With the Band: A Writer's Life Lost in Music by Sylvia Patterson – review – The Guardian


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I'm Not With the Band: A Writer's Life Lost in Music by Sylvia Patterson – review
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Then there's Sylvia Patterson, one of pop music's most penetrating writers since 1986 – a working-class Scot who came down to London to work at its “swingorilliant” HQ: Smash Hits magazine. She describes their offices thus, in her 100mph prose: “a

Pierre Boulez appreciation: he transformed our musical experience – The Guardian


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Pierre Boulez appreciation: he transformed our musical experience
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“the second or even third pressing of Mahler”: all the typically outspoken views of the great musical iconoclast of the late 20th century, composer, conductor, writer, theorist and thinker Pierre Boulez, who died last week after a long illness at the

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'Is your boyfriend in the band?' Critic airs tales of music industry sexism – The Guardian


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'Is your boyfriend in the band?' Critic airs tales of music industry sexism
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If you're a woman working in the music industry, chances are you've heard similar comments during your career. On Tuesday, music and culture critic Jessica Hopper used Twitter to put the spotlight on pervasive sexism staining the industry. She
Music writer's Twitter feed exposes industry's harsh sexism, marginalizationA.V. Club
Music Journalist Rounds Up Examples of Sexism in Her IndustryThe Mary Sue

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Buffy Sainte-Marie: 'My music is much more diverse than almost any singer you … – The Guardian


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Buffy Sainte-Marie: 'My music is much more diverse than almost any singer you
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I didn't get into the music business because somebody made me take piano lessons, you know. I got into music because I was a natural writer and had a lot of curiosity about sound. And in the 1960s there was an open window into what people call the