In the December of 1980 John Lennon had been murdered; his killer had created a list of targets and Bowie was next in line. Bowie was spooked; he cut short his stint in “The Elephant Man” on Broadway and jetted… Read More ›
When you have gotten over the fact that there are many more than 50 cover versions of Hallelujah you can then go and see them ranked by Forward. Amazingly Leonard Cohen came 4th? I would personally slip the version below… Read More ›
My daughter made the mistake of putting Eurovision 2021 on the TV last night and I was immediately transfixed in the worst of ways. The Icelandic entry popped up (above) and my first words were “What the f*ck is that?”… Read More ›
Apple today announced Apple Music is bringing industry-leading sound quality to subscribers with the addition of Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos. Spatial Audio gives artists the opportunity to create immersive audio experiences for their fans with true multidimensional… Read More ›
Apple is dominating personal audio in a big way. Look at the second column. Apple is dominating wearables… Second column.
Songs of Love and Hate stayed the course. Over fluttering Spanish guitar, 36-year-old Cohen hangs his head in self-recrimination and psychic pain, details shuddering loneliness and the grotesquery of human performance. His vocal offering comes, as ever, via his gravelly… Read More ›