Coldplay gets accused of plagiarism quite a bit, but is that truly a bad thing? In this long-form article, Scott from Skipped on Shuffle discusses plagiarism in pop/rock music and how it needs to be accepted as part of the culture.
About ScottI'm one of the co-hosts of Skipped on Shuffle. I live in New Haven, CT, I love tea, I love music, and I play a mean game of Scrabble. I am a freelance writer and you can see my work at https://cscottbrown.net/
The third Skipped on Shuffle episode will be focused on the song "The Love Thieves" by Depeche Mode off their album Ultra.
Martin Gore may not be the frontman of Depeche Mode, but when he takes center stage to sing lead vocals it can be a truly wondrous experience. Here, Scott of Skipped on Shuffle lists out his top 7 Martin-sung songs.
The second Skipped on Shuffle episode will be focused on the song "The Punk & The Godfather" by The Who off their album Quadrophenia.
Saying The Who are better than The Beatles will probably rile a lot of people up. But in this article, Scott of Skipped on Shuffle discusses why the 'orrible 'oo truly are superior to the Fab Four.
This episode of the Skipped on Shuffle podcast focuses on the song "Werewolf" by singer/songwriter Fiona Apple. The track was first released on her album The Idler Wheel...