Eric's Trip, one of the greatest 1990s rock bands, and their unsung visual work.
HAIM's new album Women in Music Pt. III is an astounding work by the trio of sisters.
Rough and Rowdy Ways is a welcome respite in an otherwise unrelentingly awful year.
Prog-metal band Katatonia's new album City Burials leans toward pop rock and concise song structures.
On Buffalo Bop's femme-led pop compilations like Candy Doll.
On horror and sci-fi music compilations by rarities label Buffalo Bop.
The end of the world through popular notes and tones.
British critic Jon Savage’s curated CD collections are a bargain.
On a German reissue label that specialized in pre-Beatles 1950s—musically you never know exactly what you’ll get.
Inheritance is dead on arrival. D
Rock ‘n’ roll wouldn't be the same without automobiles.
Laurence Myers’ Hunky Dory (Who Knew) is a rare rock memoir that's immensely enjoyable and full of new information.
It's a topic everyone can relate to.
Rap is fucking real, and alive.
Fiona Apple’s self-indulgent moments will set your teeth on edge.
A delightful and emblematic career at the center of American music.
Teenage girls had moist panties because of them.
Open The Doors’ psychedelic days.
One of the great bodies of work in American art.
They'll make you just a little happier than you were before.
All he was trying to do, really, was make a few things clear in an upsettingly murky world.
From the album Ghana Special, Modern Highlife, Afro-sounds & Ghanian Blues: 1968-81.
From the 5th German Schlager-Festspiele on June 12, 1965.
The last song from 1991's Ask the Ages, a relatively unsung classic of free jazz.
More Miles, mellow in 1974 on Get Up With It.
Two hour set from the band's peak period.
19 minute jam that would form the spine of the first side of Davis' astonishing 1972 album.
One of Young's most underrated songs, with one of the best riffs of the 1970s.
An 80-minute show with a mammoth setlist from the legendary Minneapolis band's last tour.
A new protest anthem.