Category: poprock

In the #MeToo era, US hotels are giving workers panic buttons

The #MeToo movement has brought to light all manner of horror concerning incidents of sexual harassment. Because many of these stories have concerned high-profile women in high-profile industries like entertainment and technology, less attention has been paid to service sectors of the economy. That’s why it’s notable that, last week, some of the world’s largest

How TV on the Radio Influenced Popular Rock Music

After a half-decade of facing declarations of its total obsolescence, modern rock — specifically, the drifting, melodic, mid-tempo pop-rock that regularly appears on radio stations, streaming-service playlists, and advertisements — is everywhere again, and it’s more critically loathed than ever. Part of this negativity-laden phenomenon can be credited to the desire for a common enemy;