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Framing Britney Spears: The New York Times' documentary underscores the star's essential unknowability
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Framing Britney Spears: The New York Times' documentary underscores the star's essential unknowability

"Lolita" or "trainwreck", "victim" or "survivor" — easy labels can't capture the truth of Britney Spears.

Music industry in numbers: From chart toppers to indie breakthroughs, here is how 2018 panned out
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Music industry in numbers: From chart toppers to indie breakthroughs, here is how 2018 panned out

As 2018 comes to an end, here are some figures related to the Indian music business, the independent scene and the charts.

Quality checks and better content: On the role and future of music journalism in India
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Quality checks and better content: On the role and future of music journalism in India

Running a music publication or for that matter, any publication about culture without alternative sources of revenue is pretty much unfeasible in India.

Podcast roundup: From The Art Newspaper to SI Media and The Urbanist, the best this week
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Podcast roundup: From The Art Newspaper to SI Media and The Urbanist, the best this week

How do you pick the podcast that’s most worth your while? Voila — our weekly curated playlist.

As New Musical Express' print run ends, a look back at the golden age of music magazines
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As New Musical Express' print run ends, a look back at the golden age of music magazines

This week brought news that long-running music magazine NME or the New Musical Express would stop publishing its print version

Karan Joseph death: Judicial inquiry is only way to restore public's faith in India's justice system
India

Karan Joseph death: Judicial inquiry is only way to restore public's faith in India's justice system

On Wednesday, the investigation into the death of noted Indian pianist Karan Joseph was transferred to the Mumbai Crime Branch.

Karan Joseph death: Family, friends and fans unite to target Rishi Shah, launch social media campaign for 'fair probe'
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Karan Joseph death: Family, friends and fans unite to target Rishi Shah, launch social media campaign for 'fair probe'

Karan Joseph, also known as 'Madfingers' was a pianist who allegedly jumped to his death in Mumbai on 9 September.

Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner puts music magazine up on sale due to financial constraints
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Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner puts music magazine up on sale due to financial constraints

Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner admits that his family-run business is unable to foresee a certain future for his iconic music magazine.

Jake Gyllenhaal is teaming up with Life director Daniel Espinosa for a film on combating ISIS
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Jake Gyllenhaal is teaming up with Life director Daniel Espinosa for a film on combating ISIS

Jake Gyllenhaal and Daniel Espinosa are teaming for a film based on the Rolling Stone article The Anarchists vs. ISIS.

'Donald Trump is a pig': Roger Waters blasts Republican presidential nominee at Desert Trip music festival
World

'Donald Trump is a pig': Roger Waters blasts Republican presidential nominee at Desert Trip music festival

A parade-sized balloon shaped like a pig floated above the audience, which had Trump's face painted on the side with the words "Ignorant, lying, racist, sexist pig."

‘Nothin' to hide': Sean Penn dismisses criticism over his El Chapo interview
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‘Nothin' to hide': Sean Penn dismisses criticism over his El Chapo interview

Sean Penn has dismissed criticism over his interview with the fugitive druglord El Chapo who was captured on Friday, a day before Penn's 10,000-word story was published in Rolling Stone magazine.

Rolling Stone gathers moss: Magazine faces criticism over Sean Penn’s 'El Chapo' interview
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Rolling Stone gathers moss: Magazine faces criticism over Sean Penn’s 'El Chapo' interview

Sean Penn's long and often rambling interview with El Chapo for Rolling Stone was widely mocked on social media.

Sean Penn to be questioned over 'Chapo interview'
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Sean Penn to be questioned over 'Chapo interview'

Sean Penn's interview with drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman caused a cross-border uproar, with Mexican authorities seeking to question him while US critics lashed out at the American actor.

Remembering the Blues maestro: Here are some of BB King's rare musical gems
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Remembering the Blues maestro: Here are some of BB King's rare musical gems

As a tribute to the Blues' king, here are some of BB King's more underrated songs. Plug in, tune out:

Discredited rape story a test for Rolling Stone Editor Jann Wenner
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Discredited rape story a test for Rolling Stone Editor Jann Wenner

Through decades of digging into the private lives of rock stars and providing a forum for colorful writers like Hunter S. Thompson and P.J. O'Rourke, Rolling Stone magazine publisher Jann Wenner has never been afraid to push boundaries.

Rolling Stone magazine apologises, retracts discredited rape story
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Rolling Stone magazine apologises, retracts discredited rape story

Rolling Stone magazine has apologized and officially retracted its discredited article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia

Was Rolling Stone cover of Boston bomber poor taste or good marketing?
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Was Rolling Stone cover of Boston bomber poor taste or good marketing?

There has been a lot of outrage over a new cover of the Rolling Stone that features Boston Bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev.

Ohio rape case: Victim shouldn't have put herself in that position, says Serena
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Ohio rape case: Victim shouldn't have put herself in that position, says Serena

Serena Williams says in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine that, while not blaming the victim in the Steubenville rape case, "she shouldn't have put herself in that position."