If you spend any amount of time in the music industry, you don't so much work in it as you become it. You assume its bizarre, trend-driven logic as your own, and artistic and commercial motivations intertwine with each other so tightly, they may as well be the same damn thing. So even if Paul Oakenfold has made his name by DJing a sort of lifestyle-based dance music most Americans still can't understand, he can still draw on more than 20 years of experience as an A&R man, music label head and good buddy of Bono to... More >>>