If you’ve bookmarked or linked to my old musoscribe.com site — the archive website wherein I collected all of my my music-elated writing up through May 2009 — then you’ve been redirected here instead. ALL of my music writing from the beginning through this moment is now brought together here. The SEARCH box at your right (or below if you’re on a mobile device) will help you quickly find a specific topic from among the roughly two thousand pieces here.
Somebody — we think it was either Elvis Costello or Frank Zappa; recent evidence suggests Martin Mull…nobody’s sure (Update 2015: Thelonious Monk?) — famously said that “writing about music is like dancing about architecture.” Well, so be it. And speaking of ol’ Frank, it really was him who defined rock journalism as “people who can’t write, interviewing people who can’t talk, for people who can’t read.” With that in mind, I offer blog.musoscribe.com as my own humble addition to that proud tradition.
In Summer 2009, I (Bill Kopp) began this blog; it’s updated with new content — reviews, essays, interviews, features and whatnot — every business day. And that’s been the case for years. Go explore!
One more thing: my old site contained a list — no longer updated — of unofficial/ROIO recordings that may or may not be part of my permanent collection. Nobody’s saying. That’s gone; this is all that remains.
All told, there are countless hours (mainly because no one’s counted ’em) of reading to be found in this archive.
I hope you find the site entertaining, and perhaps even useful.