Exeposé Music writers share their stories of significant songs in their lives.
U2, whilst still huge on the live stage as evidenced by this year’s Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour, have become something of a polarising entity in the studio. With as many misses as hits in recent years, we have to look back to their 2004 effort, “How to Dismantle an atomic bomb” for their last […]
U2 are one of the biggest stadium acts in rock history, undisputedly. After having a string of hit singles in the early – mid 80s (culminating in a sensational Live Aid performance), they became the superstars they are today largely due to 1987’s album The Joshua Tree, which is often labelled as their magnum opus. […]
On the final song of Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly – ‘Mortal Man’ – a potent question is asked: “When the shit hits the fan, are you still a fan?” In other words, when the artist does something you might regard as immoral, despicable, criminal or wrong, is it okay to keep on listening? […]