Robert Christgau appears in the following:
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
The Austin singer-songwriter's latest album is his fourth since he started making them in 2004, at age 50. Critic Robert Christgau says Baker's backstory, which includes surviving a terrorist attack, "must be told."
Monday, May 20, 2013
As The Uncluded, the two cancel each other's weaknesses — Dawson gains heft, while Aesop Rock lightens up. Critic Robert Christgau says the collaborative album is almost like two halves of a whole.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Marc Ribot has spent nearly three decades as a guitarist on the margins. Critic Robert Christgau explains why Ribot's new hard-rock album with Ceramic Dog ranks among his most daring pieces of music.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
On his new album, Dad Country, the Nashville singer-songwriter emerges from behind the moniker Jonny Corndawg to reveal a more serious side. In several songs on the new record, he draws on a year he spent trying to salvage a relationship.
Thursday, December 13, 2007
More than two dozen stories are included in this year's "Best Music Writing" anthology. Among them: Novelist Jonathan Lethem
’s in-depth portrait of the legendary James Brown and Pitchfork Media writer Nitsuh Abebe
's profile of indie hero Daniel Johnston. We’ll talk with Lethem, Abebe, and the book's guest editor, rock critic ...