Critics Who Know Jack: Urban Myths, Media and Rock & Roll is a collection of essays, memoirs and critiques on subjects ranging from TV programming, film and literature to rock journalism, with commentary on the interpretation of artistic expression across conventional and social media. From Feng-Shui to conspiracy theory, Maviglia debunks the rise of faddishness and new age trends that undervalue primary sources in music, literature, theatre, film, and urban living.
Critics Who Know Jack: Urban Myths, Media and Rock & Roll
Songs mean something sometimes. And sometimes they don't. Sometimes people just want to dance and sometimes people want to burn down palaces.