Rock Is Dead… Really, Really, Dead.
Hypebot intern Corey Crossfield thinks rock and roll is dead. We know. You've heard this one before. This time though, she thinks the rise of technology and a musical middle class, as well as, the destruction of rock and roll mythology, has killed it... for good. Crossfield isn't alone. Jay Frank, SVP of Music Strategy at CMT, thinks so too. It no longer sells. Disagree? Head over to Music Think Tank and tell Crossfield why you think rock is still kicking.