Sarah Ditum

Sarah Ditum is a critic and columnist based in Bath

Knowing Rage Against the Machine are political doesn’t overcome my determination to enjoy them anyway

In today’s pop world trauma is an asset

Young Adult fiction has become cancel culture’s savage front line

Swift’s latest project is even more interesting than the imaginary motherhood album she pinned her hopes on

Britpop has a bad reputation for stolid, white-boy basicness now, but it’s not a reputation Parklife deserves

Sarah Ditum says that the focus on Timberlake as a bad agent conveniently forgets the machine behind him

Country music has a frontline place in the culture wars, says Sarah Ditum

The average rock band from the 1980s onwards dressed as if they were going to fix your car, not blow your mind

How do you love a song you disagree with?

It took me a while but now I really appreciate Amy Winehouse