After a few years with the Blake Babies, Juliana Hatfield broke out as a solo artist in 1992 with 'Hey Babe,' one of the year's most successful indie records.
The election of President Donald Trump has caused Juliana Hatfield to write an album's worth of new songs.
The singer-songwriter wrote a poignant essay revealing she would consider selling a personal letter Cobain sent her in 1993 for $20,000.
Listen to Juliana Hatfield's version of 'Needle in the Hay' from the 15-song tribute album due out October.
The new duo from the alt-rock lifers will put out the 16-song 'Wild Stab' on Jan. 22.
Westerberg and Hatfield have unveiled "1/2 2 P," their very first single as the I Don't Cares, ahead of their forthcoming debut, 'Wild Stab.'
In this installment of Mandatory Music, we spotlight new songs by Murder By Death, Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, Torche and more.
“The music world is really small, and you kind of meet everyone eventually,” says Juliana Hatfield of her various run-ins with Nada Surf frontman Matthew Caws throughout the years, which led to the founding of their own band, Minor Alps.
'Become What You Are' stands among one of the finer breakout full-lengths to come out of the post-grunge era of the early '90s