The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Popular Music
Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
...The music of John Lennon exemplifies many of the attitudes commonly associated with the 1960s, including a deep suspicion of authority and resistance to conformity. For him, religion is part of the establishment and its abuses, and he...
...The Canadian indie-rock outfit Arcade Fire formed by late 2001, with Win Butler, Josh Deu, and Régine Chassagne uniting to form a trio that began recording demos and performing live. Through 2003, the lineup changed often. After...
Eric Eidelstein is a film/TV critic based in Los Angeles, and his work has been featured in Indiewire, Complex, Mic, Catapult, Brooklyn Magazine, and Backstage Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...The Suburbs is an incredibly sentimental and nostalgic album, which generally moved critics but was jarring to others. But it also made a heavy impact on fans and – to the surprise of many – won Album of the Year at the 2011 Grammy Awards....
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