The Ronettes lead singer defined the pop landscape of the 60s, before falling into the clutches of the notoriously controlling Phil Spector. Decades on, she's still creating pop magic—and all with her signature beehive intact.
From Phil Spector to Dr. Luke, older men continue to prey on and exploit young female talent in the music industry.
The style and sonics from 60s girl groups continues to hold sway with modern musicians. Who are these retro-referencing artists, why is this happening, and do we all need to buy a bumpit?