If you spot this little guy crawling on you, just stay calm and shake it off, shake it off!
Cop Admits to Playing Copyrighted Music to Keep Activist Recording off Youtube
During a recorded conversation with activists, an officer began backing the conversation with the sounds of Taylor Swift.
Taylor Swift’s Quarantine Folktales
Swift’s latest, Folklore, really is about being a sad rich person stuck at home.
Disappointed in the World’s Most Viral Video
I asked myself what makes entertainment media go viral, in particular music videos, these videos that call up some feeling of want or remembrance so that millions of people (or perhaps billions) reach for them again and again.
Taylor Swift’s Lover Surprises With Its Calm
Even on Swift’s most dramatic songs there’s an underlying calm to Lover, a sense of gratitude and relief at having made it this far.
Pop Fixations: St Vincent, Lorde, Taylor Swift, Portugal the Man
Three of these four albums count among 2017’s best, and they all share the same producer.
Artist Shames Taylor Swift Over Pirated Painting, but Decides to Shake It Off
Last year, New Orleans-based artist Ally Burguieres painted a picture of a smiley little fox. A few months later, Burguieres was surprised to find that pop star Taylor Swift had shared an image that looked exactly like the fox painting on Instagram.
Taylor Swift, Picture-Perfect
Taylor Swift has become a megaplatinum superstar largely through the construction of an artificial but rather appealing character. To call her the girl next door would downplay the dizzy self-involvement and feisty autonomy that made her a star in the first place.
Taylor Swift as Microcosm for the Art World
Do you ever feel like the art world is sort of like high school, or life at a small liberal arts college? Or maybe just a blowout party you’re not actually sure you were invited to, but you decided to show up anyway?
Revealing the Group Selfie
CHICAGO — Selfies are no more a singular activity than any other type of digital vernacular photograph.
Fagen’s Critical Catalogue (March 2013, Part 1)
Since January I’ve been squeezing an extra review into each catalogue, and, nearing the end of February, it finally cost me a deadline. I’m pretty satisfied with the way things turned out, though. As of this post since March last year, I’ve reviewed 100 2012 albums, not bad. High points here are a Canadian teenpop singer and an angry, stealthy metal band. The low point is what I believe to be the worst album of the year – beat Deadmau5 by a hair. If you think the Dirty Projectors sound contrived, wait till you hear this 70-year-old cult artifact.