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The Riff

ARTISTS BITCHING ABOUT PRESS COVERAGE ISN’T NEW. BUT THE WAYS IN WHICH THEY DO IT ARE. HOW SHIFTING DYNAMICS DISRUPT THE LONGTIME CRITICS–VS.-MUSICIANS MODEL.

IN JUNE, JACK WHITE RAILED AGAINST Spin magazine for thinking a dumb joke he made about taking heroin was, indeed, true. “i suppose spin never lets the facts get in the way of good clickbait,” he posted on Instagram. He also told

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