Posts Tagged: Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone Lost Their Minds Yoko Ono Buys 5 Stars

By: Kidman J. Williams We’ve heard all the jokes about how Rolling Stone Magazine hasn’t been relevant for many years. They’ve been out of touch with the youth and most of all…they wouldn’t know good music if it jumped up and bit them on the genitalia that they used to have when they tackled hard-nosed… Read more »

Kidman Williams on the New Music Section

By: Kidman J. Williams Why should you care what I think about music? Should you? Probably not.  No more than you would listen to any other music journalist. You should probably trust me more than anyone at Rolling Stone. That stone has been rolling down the side of a steep cliff for years now. You… Read more »

How Social Media Killed This Election

Illustration: david pratt by Tess F. Stevens Rolling Stone magazine recently ran a piece on their cover entitled, “Trump Unbound on the Campaign Trail”. You’d think the magazine that fostered some of the shrewdest political reporting of all time would give you an exposé. Something that would rock your world and make you understand the… Read more »

Thirty-Five Years down the Rabbit Hole of Music

By: Ernie Hurt As you read in my last entry regarding music, you can tell I reserve a fair level of distain for modern music. I’m not alone, and I find a shade of solace in that fact. My music taste lean towards only a small hand full of current working artist’s. Mostly I listen… Read more »