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Music journalism’s ideological chokehold MUST be broken.

Longtime music journalist Saby Reyes-Kulkarni riffs on music / culture / sports and talks to a bunch of people.

I’m speaking out after more than ten years of silence. Music critics — my peers — have played a role in fostering the hyper-polarized state we now find ourselves in. Those same critics, I argue, can also help lead us to a place of greater understanding and healing. Instead of clamoring to keep old-guard music outlets like Pitchfork on life support, we should look to create a less restrictive ecosystem for discussing the arts. We’d all be much better off. In fact, the time has come to demand heterodox, TRULY diverse arts and culture commentary NOW. 

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  • Registro de binance

    June 12, 2024 / at 9:30 pmsvgReply

    Your point of view caught my eye and was very interesting. Thanks. I have a question for you.

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