Joanie, Stevie Nicks, Grimes discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions


Guess spokesman for two minutes anyway kinda record a record that was made in the early seventies having an impact on a generation that was born well after you know joni mitchell's heyday can still listen to this record and say you know i i relate to it i mean or or does it feel like a historical document rather than a living breathing thing that speaks to young women today i think the record self feels like a living breathing thing that people have any gender can relate to and and young people because this sort of feels like a farewell to the twenties record and that's you know always kind of theme in pop culture that's that's recurring throughout whatever generation is in is in the twentysomething slot at the time but i think that she i read about this a bit that i think joanie is so uncompromising and kind of prickly in some ways that she's hard to reduce into like a gift or a sort of internet i kind the way that like i wrote something about stevie nicks last year too and i think she's someone who the image of stevie nicks has translated a lot more seamlessly onto like internet culture youth culture for whatever reason but i think there's sort of the image and then that is the gateway to the actual music so i think both those artists the music it's really while i think joanie though harder to kind of package and commodified in that way once the music reaches you there's something about it that feels timeless and feels raw and current no matter what time and what generation you're talking about what would you say to the cardi b fan the grimes fan the genome a fan you know the precocious adventurous eighteen year old music lover to say all right all right that's great playlist she got there now you gotta listen to blue words failed to like you kind of just have to sneak that on.

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