Why can’t modern popstars be more like old school rock journalists?

Brilliant diatribe from Paul Morley in this weekend’s Observer

Pop is now about nothing other than generating the sort of publicity that can keep the idea of pop going for those still keen on wringing money out of the traditional concept of the teenage fan’s desire for the teen idol. Songs are souvenirs of the generated publicity.


Click here for the full article – well worth a read!