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Crack in The Road Replied!

A couple of days ago, I emailed Crack in The Road (the independent music blog whose poster campaign last year triggered my full recognition of the issue of gender bias in music, leading to me researching it, writing my college dissertation and an article based on the results) and they just got back to me! 42 more words

Jamie B. Musician

Gender Bias at Glasto - MUSPRA 352

I’ve been busy writing an article on the gender bias in music, I’ve been looking at Glastonbury Festival lineup posters going back to 1995, and have found some quite interesting results. 109 more words

Jamie B. Musician

Vancouver rockers, radio hosts, and record-store owners reflect on the power of Black Sabbath

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JULY 15, 1999

By Steve Newton

Because of its brutal sound and satanic overtones, Black Sabbath was never as widely accepted as the Beatles or the Stones, but its influence among rock fans is incredibly far-reaching. 628 more words

Heavy Metal

Do As You Say And Say As You Do... or at least try

The Catcher in the Rye really is an interesting book. I am glad to say that I ended the year with a novel like this because it leaves me thinking. 484 more words

Delina