Tag: Pop

John Lennon to Left Shark: A History of Pop Music

John Lennon to Left Shark: A History of Pop Music

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02/13/2015

Millions of people across the country watch the Super Bowl halftime show every year, and Katy Perry’s recent one was no exception. However, once you got past the robot lion, elaborate costumes, and left shark, the performance was really just a woman singing over computerized beats. That description sounds more critical than I mean it…

Critical Voices: Jason Derulo, Talk Dirty

Critical Voices: Jason Derulo, Talk Dirty

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04/18/2014

Following the artist’s declining presence in the US since his initial splash on to the top charts in 2010, Talk Dirty is Jason Derulo’s shameless attempt to emulate the “Top 40” sound and get back on the map. The album, consisting largely of synthetic beats supporting weak, cookie-cutter rap and entirely too much auto tune,…

Critical Voices: Ingrid Michaelson, Lights Out

Critical Voices: Ingrid Michaelson, Lights Out

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04/17/2014

  In some ways, Ingrid Michaelson is like Nutella: sweet, addicting, and great in endless creative combinations. This has certainly proven to be the case in her latest release, Lights Out, in which the singer trades out her trademark indie style for a more polished, mainstream sound. Unlike so many artists, for whom stylistic transitions…

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