Tuesday: Hot Music Nerd Panel Action!!!
Apparently, somebody somewhere decided that I'm some sort of music blogging expert or something. So, I'm going to be on this panel at the Columbia journalism school on Tuesday talking about "pop criticism and cred in the era of MP3s, zines and blogs." Want to see me make a complete fool of myself in front of a bunch of V.I.P. rock critic dudes and the singer from TV on the Radio? Now's your chance!
For more info, go here: http://www.najp.org/news/pastnews/news-noise-from-undergroun.html
The National Arts Journalism Program Presents
Pop Music Criticism Panel Discussion
At the Columbia University School of Journalism
New York, March 16 –Newly minted Web zines, blogs, alternative glossies and other do-it-yourself publishing channels, and what they all mean for the future of pop criticism will be the focus of a panel titled, “Noise from Underground: Pop Criticism and Cred in the Era of MP3s, Zines, and Blogs.” The event is sponsored by the National Arts Journalism Program (NAJP), a research center and fellowship program for arts and cultural journalists housed at the Columbia University School of Journalism. Sasha Frere-Jones, pop music critic from The New Yorker, will moderate the conversation.
The event is free and open to the public, though RSVP is recommended. Individuals (non-media) wishing to attend should RSVP to 212.854.2549 or email@example.com.
WHAT: “Noise from Underground: Pop Criticism and Cred in the Era of MP3s, Zines, and Blogs”
WHO: Sasha Frere-Jones, pop music critic from The New Yorker (moderator); Tunde Adebimpe, musician, TV on the Radio (Touch and Go Records); Anthony DeCurtis, contributing editor, Rolling Stone, executive editor, Tracks, and editor of “Present Tense: Rock & Roll and Culture”; Amy Phillips, blogger, moreinthemonitor.com; Knox Robinson, editor in chief, The Fader; and Brandon Wall, editor in chief, prefixmag.com; Michael Azerrad, author of "Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana and "Our Band Could Be Your Life," editor-in-chief of emusic.com.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 29, 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Lecture Hall, Third Floor, 116th Street and Broadway.