Articles by Jason Draper
With ‘Hunky Dory’, David Bowie ‘got a lot out of my system’ and defined the themes he would explore throughout his career.
Taking a moment to survey hip-hop’s history, Missy Elliott used ‘Under Construction’ to deal with grief while still bringing the party.
Spread over four CDs designed to be played simultaneously, The Flaming Lips’ ‘Zaireeka’ may be the most experimental album of all time.
In his memoir, ‘Verse, Chorus, Monster!’, Blur guitarist Graham Coxon reflects on Britpop, addiction and creative approaches to self-care.
Inspired by Nostradamus’ prophesies for the end of the world, Prince’s 1999 song pointed to a bold new future for pop music.
Life-affirming or fatalistic? The David Bowie song ‘Heroes’ has been interpreted all ways – and it even changed the course of world politics.
An eye-opening exploration of David Bowie’s life and art, the ‘Moonage Daydream’ documentary has plenty of takeaways.
Released as Britpop mania swept the UK, Blur’s ‘The Great Escape’ album offered a snapshot of life in a media storm.
William Orbit’s first new album in eight years, ‘The Painter’ finds him flush with inspiration. ‘I’m full of surprises,’ he tells Dig!
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