With a heartfelt hallelujah.
The Vancouver musician reflects on society’s shifting cultural landscapes.
He reached into the guts of the universe, found some hidden truths, and quietly left them on the coffee table so we could all graze on the feast together and feel less alone.
Has pop music gotten better? Has coolness become an all-too-easily accessed commodity?
Maybe history has taught us that just when the cultural landscape is getting too flat and boring, we’re in for something exciting very soon.
It’s a backlash of aesthetic; the grime underneath the mechanical bull. The opposite of Toby Keith.