Like falling off a blog

Filed as News on November 19, 2003 8:55 pm

by Duncan

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Rob Young from the Guardian takes a positive look at music blogs, a side of the blogosphere the Blog Herald has not really looked at before, and apparently growing in influence!
Like falling off a blog | The Guardian
“The daily flash of today’s global sonic network remains undocumented in print. Which is why more and more music writers are joining the likes of Salam Pax and firing off broadsides via their weblogs. Freed from editorial shackles, music bloggers cavort in a paradise for anyone who retains a belief in the worth, nobility and sublime-to-ridiculousness of music criticism. A reverie on the latest ragga choons might be interrupted with an aside that begins: “For those of you interested in contemporary political philosophy… “

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