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.
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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?
There's a lot wrong with Radiohead's first effort, 'Pablo Honey.' But without it, we wouldn't have any of the trailblazing music the band would go on to unleash.
Death Cab for Cutie gradually ascended the indie underground with delicate melodies and vulnerable lyrics that have become more and more complex over time.
In the spirit of Animal Collective's insatiable adventurism, we bring you all their full-length albums ranked.
From the shambling Americana of their early albums through their increasingly audacious sonic excursions, My Morning Jacket have written a story of steady change.
In honor of Groundhog Day (the holiday, but mostly the Bill Murray flick), we bring you the 16 best bands that couldn't stay together, then couldn't stay apart.
Like musical notes, the individual elements on the cover of Smashing Pumpkins' 1995 opus are relatively meaningless on their own – but together, they tell a beautiful story.