Def Leppard weren't just rock 'n' roll clowns.
How Def Leppard’s unlikely glam-metal revolution changed everything by Jess Harvell
Waiting for the Revolution at Super Bowl Live by Christopher Vondracek
Tess Weinberg and Chris White of No Kim
Why are so many Minnesota musicians moving to Los Angeles by Jerard Fagerberg
Christina Aguilera sets herself free on ‘Liberation’—but from what? by Marcus Michalik
Whitney Houston in 2000.
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Revisiting the tragedy of 'Whitney' in the age of Beyoncé by Solomon Gustavo
Rakim in his prime.
Why Eric B. & Rakim’s ‘Follow the Leader’ still sounds fresh 30 years later by M.T. Richards
These guys could've taken Brett Kavanaugh in a fight.
UB40 would've hated Brett Kavanaugh by Aaron Vehling
Phil in 2016
In praise of Phil Collins, the Swiss Army knife of music by Annie Zaleski
Local H in the long ago '90s
Do you have to be old to like Local H? Probably—but hear us out anyway. by Steve Neuman
Troye Sivan & Charli XCX: Their hearts will go on
Remember the’80s? The’90s? How about the’00s? Welcome to pop’s new nostalgia overload. by Chuck Eddy
Is Chris Janson’s self-serving anti-rape country hit ‘Drunk Girl’ better than nothing? by Anthony Easton
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Let’s sip Carlo Rossi to celebrate the 25th anniversary of E-40’s debut, ‘Federal’ by Josh Langhoff
I have seen the future of rock and roll and it is the past.
Greta Van Fleet is not the end of the world by Lucas Fagen
Whatever you’re listening to right now, the Pistol Annies’ ‘Interstate Gospel’ is probably better by Alfred Soto
Pistol Annies: They're glam as hall and they're not gonna take it anymore.
40 years ago in St. Paul, the Ramones opened for… Foreigner? by Bill Kennard
The Ramones: They do not want to know what love is
Pete Shelley asked all the right questions by Andy Sturdevant