If you ever thought the artwork for Muse's 2003 full-length looks a lot like a classic Pink Floyd album cover, there's a good reason for that.
Just before they entered the major label grinder, Southern California hardcore punk leaders Bad Religion unleashed an acerbic attack on modern malaise.
Pearl Jam were reconfiguring themselves as a band whose ambitions transcended traditional measures of success, and that meant making a record on their own shifting terms.
On the occasion of Björk's 50th birthday, we peel away the 'magic' and explore a career full of the most inventive music of the past three decades.
The Canadian indie rock supergroup emerged during the first year of the 21st century with a power pop sound rooted deeply in the past.
The 1996 debut from Josh Davis (aka DJ Shadow) redefined sampling and prompted listeners to start scouring used record stores on their own.
Sure, they didn't really know how to play their instruments. That didn't stop the Jesus and Mary Chain from setting out to conquer the world.
On Nov. 18, 1993, Nirvana arrived at Sony Music Studios with no idea what they would play on 'Unplugged.' They left having recorded one of the decade's definitive albums.
What connects Neutral Milk Hotel and R.E.M.? You're looking at it.
Well, now here's a little story we've got to tell about three bad brothers you know so well.