As Todd Snider’s career has progressed, he has become more and more vocal about the plight of the poor, and about the powers that he views are keeping them there.
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“Being clean is the new shock,” Jim Breuer tells PopMatters. “I feel like the last decade was the grunge era for comedians in America. I’m exhausted by it. When you’re paying money to come and see me, it’s my job …
The genre-bending television series, Route 66, captured a view of America at a time when it seemed that anything was possible.
Robert Rodriquez’s book is well-written, well-researched, and presented to us by an author with a sense of authority that makes you eager to read — and listen to — what he has to say.
Infectious synth hooks, dancefloor-ready bass, and mature, heartfelt lyricism… Hot Chip have done it again.