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  • Diana Krall, Billy Bragg, Pete Townshend, and other major talents opt for straight, folky readings of songs that beg for a reggaeton arrangement or a brostep remix -- anything to update the same classics we've heard a bajillion times before.

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  • You too can dance like Tito!

    December 14, 2012

  • pejorative portmanteau of 'bro' and 'dubstep' which refers to (typically American?) dubstep which is particularly formulaic and perhaps soulless.

    December 14, 2012