We spoke with Surfer Blood’s John Paul Pitts about their latest record, 'Snowdonia.'
With their second album, the Glaswegian outfit led a successful twee rebellion against machismo and solitude.
From the deceivingly chipper “Dead!” to the heartfelt ballad “Cancer,” it was 53 minutes of pure rapture.
'Neighborhoods' was about big things: the sobering role of fatherhood, coping with loss and depression, and post-millennial paranoia.
How did an album so reviled upon its 1996 release (by both critics and the band) become one of the most important and celebrated of the '90s?
This bizarre, syncopated album was the springboard for Annie Clark’s ascent into rock’s stratosphere.
We're ranking all of the albums by PJ Harvey.
Beyond the tabloid fodder, Courtney “Love” Michelle Harrison was one of the most fiery, uncontainable singers of the '90s.
Let’s revisit the Killers catalog and see which album triumphs over the others.
Amy Winehouse joined the notorious "27 Club" gang of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain when she succumbed to alcohol poisoning at her London home.