Thursday, January 22, 2009

CARLY CARIOLI IS THE BRAVEST MUSIC CRITIC IN AMERICA: Among his hundreds of colleagues, The Boston Phoenix writer alone was brave enough to cast a vote for Miley Cyrus' Breakout in this year's Village Voice Pazz and Jop poll, landing the Hannah Montana star some 758 slots behind this year's album winner, TV on the Radio's Dear Science. Taking the singles crown was M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes." (Miley fared much better in the singles category, with four songs earning votes, including "See You Again," which tied for 68th.)

And huge, huge, ups to the coders and designers at the Voice, who for the first time have all 1,685 albums and 1,762 singles listed on individual-view Web pages (please, take note Time and EW!)

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