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Several decades before his murder conviction, Phil Spector made the hits that he famously described as “little symphonies for the kids,” packing brash innovation into 3-minute melodramas, treating adolescent romance as a universe of rapture and tragedy.
Olivia Rodrigo called the song “a little time capsule” of a monumental six months she experienced last year.
The Flaming Lips performed to fans in literal bubbles. Is it safer?
The lawsuits against the three companies had accused the brokers of reselling thousands of illegally obtained tickets for millions of dollars in revenue between Jan. 1, 2017, and the present day, often at significant markups.
BTS takes a different approach to K-pop on its new EP: ease
BTS is funding a new series of global arts projects, featuring 22 artists including Antony Gormley
BTS’s rappers often dictate the group’s sound: @JonCaramanica reviews “Love Yourself: ‘Her’”