Week In Review: You Take Out The Trash, Man


A pseudoscientist wants to know: Is pop music proof that we’re all too in love with ourselves? (Spoiler: Not really!)

Venue closures: Don Hill’s; Paul Shaffer’s House.

Ad-Rock’s 10 best remixes.

Beyoncé’s “Move Your Body”: The first sign that the hip-hop generation might exist in politics.

The Voice arrives; American Idol says goodbye to Casey Abrams.

In memory of the New York hip-hop label Fondle ‘Em.

And speaking of rap in 1990s NYC… who were the Midnight Eez?

The Juggalos are ready to take New York (again).

Katy Perry and Adele proved their staying power (and the power of network TV) on the charts.

And finally, R.I.P. to the incredible Poly Styrene, inspiration to a generation (or two).

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 29, 2011

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