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Category Archives: Dance Pop

Paparazzi ( Lady Gaga Rob Fusari Cover ) 07.12.10

Below are some words I wrote for a recent issue of IN Toronto Magazine: At the root of it all though is an anthemic songwriting approach, a confluence of late-period ABBA, Boney M., Queen, Madonna, and late ’80s Europop. In many of her songs, she utilizes the consciously-constructed minor verse/major chorus classic pop formula to […]

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Like it or not, in two short years Lady Gaga has captured the zeitgeist of a generation. Like Madonna did in the first decade of her career, Gaga has a tendency to polarize opinion. But make no mistake here: based on her skill as a pop composer, her savvy in assembling a creative machine of […]