Angie Moon's nuanced essay about cancel culture and "problematic faves". Is it acceptable to enjoy music by musicians who did or thought problematic things?
It's hard to find music from the 50s on the radio. Why is that? Is it an under appreciated decade? What's so great about it? Angie Moon explores this topic.
Angie Moon writes about rock stars who have been arrested for drugs and makes an argument for why drugs should be legalised.
Angie Moon talks about models, actresses, and icons of the 60s and 70s of Asian, Black, Hispanic, Native American, or mixed ancestry.
Angie Moon shares some of her most controversial opinions on classic rock. Get ready for some classic rock hot takes and unpopular opinions!
Experience Hendrix LLC are suing The Hendrix Music Academy. They should drop the lawsuit. Here's why.
A commentary article about current events: symbolism, statue removals, band name changes - particularly The (Dixie) Chicks and Lady A(ntebellum) and the latter's lawsuit against Anita White - Lady A & The Baby Blues Funk Band.
Angie Moon gets on her soapbox and responds to a graphic claiming that artists are the least essential workers.
A post based on the BBC series Horrible Histories, this time looking at bizarre/annoying things about everyday life in the 60s.
Coronavirus is a tough time for us all. Content creators help us get through it. In this blog post, I share ways to help your favourite writers, YouTubers, and musicians.