Jane says you should read this. She said Sergio loved it.
If you were to go back to 1995 and ask everyone who they think might be the most important songwriter a decade after Y2K, it’s doubtful all that many people would say the guy from the ‘Loser’ video.
Blasphemy. That’s the word that shows up most often in the comment section of any list of cover songs deemed better than the original versions (right alongside the ubiquitous phrase, “you forgot about…”).
There was something instantly familiar about Stone Temple Pilots from the moment they burst onto the post-Nirvana landscape.
Wilco aren’t only hugely influential in the realm of alt-country, they’re one of the most significant American bands of the past two decades.
If it weren’t for the ’90s, we might all be wearing Genesis T-shirts right now.
You want it all but you can’t have it. Unless, of course, you just want all of Faith No More’s albums ranked – in which case, we can hook you right up.
We rank each of the Black Keys’ albums – a difficult task when you consider the Akron duo create more evocative noise than outfits twice their size.
While you might not agree with our order, nothing about Oasis has ever been easy to agree upon – just ask the Gallagher brothers.
We spotlight 19 of the most important grunge musicians or genre progenitors who are almost always outshined by the Cobains and Cornells of the world.