Writers similar to or like Jim DeRogatis

American music critic and co-host of Sound Opinions. Wikipedia

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    Book investigating the business aspects of the music industry by Chicago Tribune rock critic Greg Kot who is the cohost of the Chicago Public Radio show, Sound Opinions. It covers the revolution of music access and consumption resulted by the digital age and the effects it has on the music industry. Wikipedia

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    • Following the publicity surrounding the list, rock critic Jim DeRogatis, a former Rolling Stone editor, published Kill Your Idols: A New Generation of Rock Writers Reconsiders the Classics in 2004.Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time-Wikipedia
    • In an April 2000 review for the Chicago Sun Times, Jim DeRogatis dismissed Nine Inch Nails' new music as a "generic brand of industrial thrash" and accused Ministry of repeating an act that "was old by 1992".Industrial metal-Wikipedia
    • Music journalist Jim DeRogatis said that the EP marked a return to their earlier, harder sound—"free from the pseudo-funk moves and avant-garde tinkering that had been inspired by Chicago producer Jim O'Rourke".Stereolab-Wikipedia
    • According to music critic Jim DeRogatis, writing in his book on psychedelic rock, Turn on Your Mind, the Beatles are seen as the "Acid Apostles of the New Age".Psychedelic rock-Wikipedia
    • In April 2010, longtime Sun-Times pop music critic Jim DeRogatis resigned from the paper to join the faculty of Columbia College Chicago and to begin blogging at Vocalo.org.Chicago Sun-Times-Wikipedia
    • Adams left an angry message on critic Jim DeRogatis' answering machine, in response to a scathing review DeRogatis gave of an Adams show in 2003.Ryan Adams-Wikipedia

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