If you don't take Oliver Anthony's surprise hit song too seriously, it's a lot of fun. Regrettably, a lot of people are taking the song much too seriously indeed.
Classic rock revisited.
Laws against displaying Nazi-esque iconography are well-intended, but they pose a threat to free speech and the principles of a free society.
The case could have long-term implications for how broadly fair use can be applied.
Author Kaitlyn Tiffany offers a history of fandoms.
The legendary graphic designer juxtaposes 18th- and 19th-century paintings with visualizations of how much life has improved over the centuries.
Meanwhile, content creators and corporations want copyright regulations for artificial intelligence.
Seven sheriff's deputies say the rapper subjected them to "embarrassment, ridicule, emotional distress, humiliation, and loss of reputation" after a drug bust on his house came up empty.
The mystery writer and cultural critic is an outspoken defender of free thinking and cultural appropriation.
A new proposal to more than triple visa entry fees for performers will harm American audiences and culture.
The Vienna Green Party had demanded a scheduled performance of the reunited heavy metal band be canceled because of a 2016 incident in which singer Phil Anselmo threw out a Nazi salute.
The site crashed because Swift is very popular, not because antitrust enforcement is too weak.
Podcaster and music critic Rob Harvilla reminds us of the debts we owe to the tunes of that often cringeworthy decade.
"It's stories and songs and films cut apart and written over, leaving no trace and no remnant of whatever used to be," writes novelist and cultural critic Kat Rosenfield.
The music industry objects to the use of rap lyrics by prosecutors.
Perhaps boutique businesses with hip tastes can be as bad for bands as the biggest corporation.
The South Korean government brings the country's greatest cultural export to heel.
"Face to Face": Dave Stewart's, Boris Grebenshchikov's, Serhii Babkin's, and Stevie Nicks's Ukraine War Song
Stewart (of the Eurythmics), Grebenshchikov (a Russian singer-songwriter, and one of “the ‘founding fathers’ of Russian rock music”), and Babkin (a Ukrainian singer-songwriter) put out a trilingual song, with harmonies by Stevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac).
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Joe Biden, MAGA fans, and Xi Jinping all fall victim to the band's violent displays on its current tour.
The rapper blamed a lack of "motherfucking inventory" for high home prices and rising rents in low-income neighborhoods. She's not the only one.
The FBI used a network of snitches to spy on entertainers and activists, and the Queen of Soul was no exception.
So much for “fuck you, I won’t do what you tell me.”
The company alleges the composers ignored multiple warnings to cease commercial production of the musical.
The rapper, podcaster, and author talks about "freedom, liberty, and all of that good stuff."
"Spazzing on that ass" does nothing whatsoever to harm people with cerebral palsy.
The Colombian singer faces up to eight years in prison and a hefty fine after rejecting a plea deal offered by Spanish prosecutors.
Her 1969 Songy a Balady (Songs and Ballads) was yanked from shelves, only to reappear after the 1989 Velvet Revolution.