Although they didn't create the wave of grunge that crashed over the mainstream in 1991, it was Pearl Jam who became the biggest band on the planet.
Woo-hoo! Blur are back, and if you only know "Song 2," you're missing out on about 96 other tunes (and most of them are awesome).
After hearing the news about a new Blur album, we decided to take a short look at some hits from the past to remember why we love this English rock quartet.
If Jack White is on it, you can absolutely judge an album by its cover. (It means it's a good one.)
There’s only one feeling more universal than the sensation of being in love: the soul-crushing agony and hopeless despair of being brokenhearted.
We get it -- you're in love. Here's a playlist for the rest of us.
Life in Film, a U.K.-based four-piece indie rock outfit, have had a pretty robust career in a short amount of time.
There are legends, and then there are legends. Bob Dylan is both. Confused? Don't worry, just check out this Throwback Thursday video and you'll be all right.
There are still artists around today with the passion and attention span required to produce an album as a whole, rather than focus solely on the hits.
Grammy voters are obviously into Beck's latest, 'Morning Phase,' but where does it rank next to all his other albums?