Articles about Pink Floyd

In-between Performance and Mediatization: Authentication and (Re)-Live(d) Concert Experience
Rock Music Studies (2016) Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 41-61

As a moment of emotional and physical closeness between performers and audiences, the live concert experience represents a crucial element in the construction of authenticity in popular music. Allan Moore argues that the emphasis of research should shift from sources ...

Buyer's Guide: Pink Floyd
Visions (2015) Vol. 26, No. 264, pp. 52-53

 

David Gilmour: The Annals of Us and Them
Relix (2015) Vol. 42, No. 7, pp. 52-56, 79

 

Is Progressive Rock Progressive? YES and Pink Floyd as Counterpoint to Adorno
Rock Music Studies (2015) Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 125-147

Theodor Adorno insisted that progress in music depends upon an on-going, radical newness that breaks with convention as it strives towards aesthetic and social autonomy; it is not possible in popular music, which, as a mere cultural commodity, is necessarily ...

2015 Albums Preview
Uncut (2015) , No. 213, pp. 18-26