The Cassandras were wrong in the 1960s, when popular music was an incitement to social change.
Fan-made re-enactments of popular music videos are a tricky thing.
She has been popular music critic for The New Yorker and New York, and the film reviewer for Nerve.
You would need to go back to the 19th century to find rhythms in popular music with so little syncopation.
In less than a decade, they remade the entire landscape of popular music.
In addition to sports, young people spend much of their leisure time listening to popular music and also dancing.
Invention of part music, its adaptation and development in popular music.
He spat out the words "popular music" with an emphasis that made a Tarrok player at the next table jump in his seat.
Like all modern composers of acknowledged rank, Chopin was strongly influenced by the popular music of his native country.
That kind which produces as impression on a decadent and on you and on the working man; simple, understandable, popular music.