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Searching for answers, 20 years after Kurt Cobain
On April 8, 1994, we realized Kurt Cobain was gone. We’ve been searching for meaning in that ever since.
Turning discomfort into art, via Blonde on Blonde
Bob Dylan has no interest in conforming to expectations, and that spirit has fueled some of his greatest work.
Joe Cocker and friends provide a rainy day soundtrack
There are plenty of star-laden albums from the late 1960s, but few supporting casts are as impressive as the group behind Joe Cocker’s With a Little Help From My Friends.
The Hold Steady puts the parties in perspective on Teeth Dreams
The Hold Steady are back at the killer parties, wiser for the years and just as interested in the mischief and heartbreak that can come with a good time.
On with the business…
Some thoughts on the passing of the legendary drummer of The Stooges.
Digital overload and Ryan Adams’ “Crossed Out Name”
A typical late night doing nothing in particular became a little more memorable after iTunes decided things needed to be heavy
Keith Richards reveled in the comfort of old favorites on ‘Stone Alone’
Free of his famous band and even his most famous instrument, Keith Richards found solace on some old standards, all captured on a bootleg.
Beck returns to a distant sound on Morning Phase
Treading back through emotional territory he hasn’t traveled since 2002’s Sea Change, Beck delivers a new album full of lush instrumentation.
Read on, read on…
Band of Horses strips down and steps out on Acoustic at the Ryman
Capitalizing on a pair of shows at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium, Band of Horses takes the opportunity to give their songs a makeover.
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Chasing the Sun: How Oasis crossed oceans with Definitely Maybe
It’s been nearly 20 years since Oasis unleashed Definitely Maybe on an unsuspecting public, and we have a long-form e-reader dedicated to everything that made that debut record sound like such a hurricane.
Read it now, why not…
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