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Robert Christgau: Sonic Elders: Sonic Youth

Robert Christgau: Sonic Elders: Sonic Youth

Robert Christgau's Memoir

Read an Excerpt From Robert Christgau's Memoir 'Going Into the City'

Famous rock critic Robert Christgau discusses his experience with Television's 'Marquee Moon' in a chapter from his memoir 'Going Into the City.

Vol. 1 Brooklyn | Weekend Bites: Porochista Khakpour on Ottessa Moshfegh’s Latest, Literary Communities, Robert Christgau, Juliet Escoria Interviewed, and More

Weekend Bites: Porochista Khakpour on Ottessa Moshfegh’s Latest, Literary Communities, Robert Christgau, Juliet Escoria Interviewed, and

Toesucker Blues: Robert Christgau's Farewell Salute to Lou Reed

Toesucker Blues: Robert Christgau’s Farewell Salute to Lou Reed

robert christgau | Robert Christgau's Five Favorite Pazz & Jop Essays

In the Voice hosted what music editor Robert Christgau then dubbed "the first and last annual Pazz & Jop Critics Poll," receiving 84 ballots (of.

“The notion that no current popular music is of quality is philistine”: Robert Christgau on Beyoncé, Kanye, the Ramones, online journalism and bohemian sex lives

“The notion that no current popular music is of quality is philistine”: Robert Christgau on B...

The great rock critic unloads on haters, praises Kanye, whacks critics who complain about the sex in his new memoir

Tommy Ramone Remembered by Robert Christgau | Billboard

Tommy Ramone, The Last Surviving Original Member Of The Ramones, Dies

Singer-Songwriters Endure: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau | NOISEY

Singer-Songwriters Endure: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Singer-Songwriters Endure: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau - Noisey

robert christgau | Afternoon Bites: Joe Hill, Robert Christgau, Ted Leo on Fugazi, and ...

2012 video interview with writer/editor Kevin Avery, who put together the lost work of Paul Nelson in Everything is an Afterthought and Conversations with Clint

Robert Christgau: Expert Witness — Cuepoint — Medium

Robert Christgau: Expert Witness

The deal seems to be that the latest garage-punk heroes spell their name like the fancy flooring when they put in time on the long-player and the lower-priced spread when they don’t.

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