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Nirvana often get credit for firing the first shots of the alternative revolution of the '90s, but it all began nearly a decade earlier with Jane's Addiction.
The Flaming Lips have defied all the odds by not only staying productive for as long as they have, but by consistently upping their game as time passes.
It's 4/20. You've absolutely got to get the Beatles into your life.
Frontman Isaac Brock was only 20 when Modest Mouse recorded their proper debut, but he already wielded an intense world weariness that belied his youth.
With just four chords and unintelligible lyrics, Nirvana stirred a tidal wave of grunge that crashed over the mainstream and forever altered the pop landscape.
When the people who create the soundtracks to our lives leave us, the personal moments they were a part of immediately come back into focus.
During the spring of 1999, Wilco released their most elusive album, but one that signaled an intricate and intentionally ambiguous new direction.
By the time (what was left of) Smashing Pumpkins finished 'Machina,' the album became a summation of alt-rock at the turn of the millennium.
It's almost a rite of passage for an emerging singer-songwriter to be dubbed "the next Bob Dylan." But are there any modern musicians who actually deserve the title?