This year has been an undoubtedly tumultuous time for everyone, musicians included. As a result of the pandemic, long-awaited releases have been shelved indefinitely, tours have been halted world-wide, and the independent music landscape looks rockier than ever. Regardless of tours or promotion opportunities many artists have continued to produce content in brand new ways, whether it be “quarantine albums” or virtual concerts. In some ways, COVID has challenged norms and created more empathetic audiences and consumers as a result. …

Brett Peters

I write reviews and opinion pieces on music, culture, and history.

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