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The Long Short List

This was a cool surprise: Apparently the Da Capo anthology Best Music Writing 2011, guest-edited by the estimable Alex Ross, includes 32 essays on music published in 2010. I didn’t make that cut, but I appear to be represented in the “Other Notable Music Writing” list at the back, for my profile of producer Dr. […]

posted 18 October 2012 in Self-reflexive. no comments yet

Doctor’s Visit

“Wow, I’ve worked really hard,” Dr. Luke told me last year. “Maybe I deserve a couch.” Luke lost out on the Grammy for “Producer of the Year” last week, but it nevertheless seems like a fine time to add my article on him to the archives. This piece ran in Rolling Stone last April; to […]

posted 23 February 2011 in Archives, Articles. no comments yet

The Gospel According to Dr. Luke

Last month, I spent a lot of time in the studio with superstar pop producer Dr. Luke (no, he wasn’t putting together my blockbuster debut album). Two credits in case you’re not familiar with his work: Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone” and Miley Cyrus, “Party in the U.S.A.” Dr. Luke’s collaborated so often with […]

posted 20 April 2010 in Articles. 3 comments