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Monday, Feb 17, 2020
Sanjoy Narayan

Sanjoy Narayan


Last summer, while a debate over net neutrality was on in the US, in his very funny news satire show, Last Week Tonight, the comedian John Oliver used a typically risqué example to explain what a non-neutral Internet could do to small web-based entrepreneurs and startups.

articles by Sanjoy Narayan (146 results)
Jun 11, 2017 00:03
The Allman Brothers Band ended in 2014; but Gregg Allman’s death gives that a sad finality read more
May 27, 2017 21:41
In Finland, the world’s capital of extreme metal, let’s take a plunge into the genre read more
May 13, 2017 20:44
On a sleepless night, a podcast that spreads its magic and fills your head read more
Apr 29, 2017 21:51
Craig Finn’s music is all in the lyrics and those always tell gritty, compelling stories read more
Apr 15, 2017 21:10
Keller Williams is a musician who’s greater than the sum of many parts read more
Apr 01, 2017 21:36
Why the British blues rock band Ten Years After and guitarist Alvin Lee need a rediscovery read more
Mar 18, 2017 21:03
Two bluesmen, one young and the other old, but both with blistering guitars read more
Feb 11, 2017 20:51
Mark Eitzel could be one of today’s best musicians you have never heard of read more
Jan 28, 2017 20:19
Rediscovering Leon Russell; and looking back at John Mayall read more
Jan 14, 2017 19:34
Going to a gig by this hard-touring band is like being on a magical flight read more
Dec 31, 2016 18:56
Paul Simon and Wilco released low-key gems last year. Check them out read more
Dec 17, 2016 18:35
Their latest album is their first pure cover of old blues songs. And it’s brilliant read more
Dec 03, 2016 18:36
Farewell to the vivacious R&B singer that was Sharon Jones read more
Nov 19, 2016 19:53
The Band’s final gig turns 40; and a book brings back memories read more
Nov 05, 2016 19:46
In many ways the nine songs on Cohen’s You Want It Darker, could be interpreted as being about mortality; of having settled earthly matters and being ready to move on, writes Sanjoy Narayan. read more