jason hirschhorn's @MusicREDEF: 01/18/2019 - Fighting Fyre With Cinematic Fire, Fabric 19, Short-Song Economy, Spice v. VP, Early Female Rockers...

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To me, a negative and a positive review are fundamentally born out of the same place of truly giving a s***. It’s just different branches, depending on whether you’re writing about Post Malone or Van Morrison or whatever. Is this interest remix not displaying correctly? | View it in your browser. Sharon Van Etten's "Remind Me Tomorrow" is out today on Jagjaguwar.
(Suzanne Cordeiro/AFP/Getty Images) Friday - January 18, 2019 Fri - 01/18/19 “To me, a negative and a positive review are fundamentally born out of the same place of truly giving a s***. It’s just different branches, depending on whether you’re writing about Post Malone or Van Morrison or whatever.”
-  Jessica Hopper, music critic and author, "Night Moves" rantnrave:// It's January, the West Coast is under water, seemingly the rest of the country is bracing for a mini Ice Age, and here we are talking about outdoor festivals. Like this one for MINECRAFT-playing kids, which took place inside the video game last weekend and which spelled "Fire" just like that, with an "i." And this one for classic-rock flag-waving Gen-Xers, which will take place inside a stadium in Arlington, Texas, and won't feature ARIANA GRANDE or even TAME IMPALA. But especially this one, which didn't take place at all two years ago on an island paradise that wasn't an island paradise, which spelled "Fyre" with a "y" and which is now the subject of two documentaries released four days apart. You can relive the horror in actual festival style, traipsing between multiple streaming subscriptions over 96 hours instead of traipsing between multiple stages through a few hundred yards of grass or mud. The two FYRE FESTIVAL docs cover the same material, and a lot of the same footage, in decidedly different ways, and both have their supporters. Here's why you should watch HULU's FYRE FRAUD. Here's why you should make time for NETFLIX's FYRE. They both have their detractors, too, including each other. What's a festival without a good feud? We look back on how it all went down 21 months ago in our MusicSET "You're Fyred: Remembering the Most Unfestive Festival Ever"... Also dropping today: A full-length YOUTUBE documentary on K-pop kings BTS's 2017 world tour. A 2018 BTS concert film will screen in theaters worldwide for one day next weekend... BANDCAMP has already clinched the award for most unlikely and awesome move by a digital service in 2019. It's opening a brick-and-mortar record store... KACEY MUSGRAVES, PISTOL ANNIES and ASHLEY MCBRYDE top NASHVILLE SCENE's annual Country Music Critics' Poll. The top 30 albums include 19 women or female-fronted bands, which is how you know no one from country radio was given a ballot... But what do critics know anyway?... It's FRIDAY and that means new music from FUTURE, SHARON VAN ETTEN, JAMES BLAKE, TORO Y MOI, MAGGIE ROGERS, MIKE POSNER, DEERHUNTER, LIZ BRASHER, ALICE MERTON, FEVER 333, PEDRO THE LION, COI LERAY, MALIBU KEN (AESOP ROCK & TOBACCO), YNW MELLY, STEVE GUNN, JOE JACKSON, NKISI, BUKE & GASE, HIKARU UTADA, the TWILIGHT SAD, RONNIE MILSAP, GREENSKY BLUEGRASS, the FLESH EATERS, CHRISTINA PERRI, STEVE MASON, JULIANA HATFIELD, GUSTER, WHITEHORSE, FRANCES CONE and ARCH ENEMY... RIP DEBI MARTINI... There will be no MusicREDEF on Monday, in honor of MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY. We'll see you Tuesday morning. - Matty Karas, curator so let us all begin REDEF REDEF MusicSET: You're Fyred: Remembering the Most Unfestive Festival Ever They came for Instagram models, celebrity chefs and Blink-182. They got soggy tents, soggy sandwiches and not a single note of punk-pop. As twin documentaries from Netflix and Hulu chronicle 2017's disastrous Fyre Festival, we look back on how it all went down... or didn't. Mixmag Fabric 19: The mood abides at London's clubbing institution by James Ball Two years on from its near closure, we investigate Fabric's recovery. Quartz The economics of streaming is making songs shorter by Dan Kopf Streaming means it pays to keep your songs short. Our analysis shows that the biggest rappers and country stars are changing their song lengths to fit the format. Billboard Inside Dancehall Artist and 'Love and Hip-Hop' Star Spice's Battle To Get Out of Her Label Contract by Patricia Meschino After a protracted delay led to the singer releasing a charting mixtape without her label's blessing, the dispute between Spice and VP Records has spilled out into the open. Slate With Hulu and Netflix's Fyre Festival Docs, Instagram Influencers Get Their 'Gimme Shelter' by Sam Adams Finally, the Instagram generation gets its "Gimme Shelter." Two of them! Nashville Scene 19th Annual Country Music Critics’ Poll: Can Women Save Country Music? by Geoffrey Himes Considering the future of the industry and the disconnect between radio programmers and fans. Please Kill Me A Riot of Their Own: The First Generation of Female Rock Bands by Jim Allen 60s bands like Ace of Cups, She, The Girls, Goldie & The Gingerbreads, The Untouchable, The Pleasure Seekers, The Liverbirds and many more, were part of the first wave of bold young women, mostly teens at the time, who knew that rock & roll belonged to them just as much as anyone else. Noisey The Best New Music Festival Is in 'Minecraft' by Lewis Gordon With sets by Hudson Mohawke and PC Music's A.G. Cook, Fire Festival--no not that one--was an incredibly hype DIY fest put together by some passionate weirdos. Texas Monthly With Kaaboo, Jerry Jones Just Launched the Least Hip Music Festival in the Country by Dan Solomon Gen-X'ers rejoice: Here's a chance to see all of your favorite 1990s bands in one weekend. Rolling Stone Future Changed Rap for a Generation. He Doesn't Know How to Feel About It by Charles Holmes The Atlanta superstar’s ‘The Wizrd’ marks the end of a prolific run -- and a long, complicated chapter. we know that love can win Collectors Weekly Battle of the Ax Men: Who Really Built the First Electric Rock 'n' Roll Guitar? by Ben Marks Many places deserve to be called the birthplace of rock 'n' roll. Memphis often gets the nod because that's where Sam Phillips of Sun Records recorded Elvis Presley belting out an impromptu, uptempo cover of "That's All Right" in 1954. The New York Times To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet by Max Paradiso A team in Cremona, Italy, wants to preserve every note from the world’s finest instruments before they become too fragile to play. But perfect recordings need silence. Lots of it. Vulture Greta Van Fleet on Nostalgia, Criticism, Playing 'SNL,' and All Those Grammys They're Nominated For by Steven J. Horowitz Last March, a journalist asked Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant to name a group that he currently enjoyed. “There’s a band in Detroit called Greta Van Fleet,” responded the rock icon, (they’re actually native to Frankenmuth, Michigan). “They are Led Zeppelin I.” KQED Inside Bandcamp's New Oakland Venue, Record Shop and Office by Sam Lefebvre Oakland’s latest high-profile music industry arrival opens to the public. The Ringer The Untold Story of the Man Who Sang "I Got 5 on It" by Anna Lucente Sterling When Jordan Peele used the 1995 Luniz song for his trailer for ‘Us,’ one of the most iconic weed choruses of all time was given new life. For Michael Marshall, the forgotten Bay Area musician who inspired and performed it, it’s yet another chance at recognition after a long and tumultuous career. Pigeons & Planes Now or Never: The Chaotic Rise of Dominic Fike by Tasbeeh Herwees Dominic Fike made some songs and went to jail. When he got out the world was watching. To outsiders, it seemed to happen overnight, but that isn't the case. Variety Live Nation Investigation of Heather Parry Also Targets Leakers by Gene Maddaus Over the past two weeks, the law firm of Paul Hastings LLP has been probing allegations reported by "Variety" last month that Heather Parry, the head of Live Nation Productions, had verbally abused employees and used offensive language in the workplace. The New York Times Maggie Rogers Went Viral. Then She Had to Become Herself Again by Alex Pappademas She wowed Pharrell in an N.Y.U. class and held her own in a label bidding war. Now the 24-year-old singer and songwriter is making her first major artistic statement. The Iowa Review Song Flute by Naima Karczmar John Coltrane left his wife in the summer of 1963. He wrote two songs for her; both were melancholy. He said the first song was his favorite. He wrote it like a love letter, and like all love letters, it was a time capsule. Within: a house in Philadelphia, a house party in New York, a conversation about harp music and another about laughter. Longreads Fruitland by Steven Kurutz Privately made records enjoy a cult following among collectors, but few are as legendary as Donnie and Joe Emerson’s 1979 LP Dreamin’ Wild. MUSIC OF THE DAY YouTube "Crushed Up" Future From "The Wizrd," out today on Freebandz/Epic. “REDEF is dedicated to my mother, who nurtured and encouraged my interest in everything and slightly regrets the day she taught me to always ask ‘why?’”
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