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The Cranberries Gave Us a Glimmer of Hope With No Need to Argue

PYLON IS YOUR FAVORITE BAND THAT YOU'VE NEVER HEARD

Wayne Coyne Talks Life, Fast Food, and What It Means to Have an American Head in 2020

  

The Strange and Delicious Phenomenon of Cereal Box Records

The Essential Guide to Jarvis Cocker, from Pulp to JARV IS

 

4 Artists to Add to Your Queer Hip-Hop Playlist

 

The Best Cover Songs by Hootie and the Blowfish

6 Protest Songs From the 1960s We Should Listen to Today

WHY MISSY ELLIOT WILL ALWAYS BE THE QUEEN OF HIP-HOP

Sleater-Kinney’s Debut Album Is the Perfect Time Capsule at 25 Years Old

HE'S SO UNUSUAL- TOM JONES AT 80

PRIDE-FILLED PLAYLIST: 5 LGBTQ+ARTISTS TO GET YOUR PARTY STARTED

MARIAH CAREY'S DEBUT ALBUM GAVE US A VISION OF THE FUTURE 30 YEARS LATER

Diana Ross Comes Out: Diana Turns 40

A Maverick, A Visionary, A Badass: Joan Jett’s Bad Reputation

Anthems For Today: Devo’s Freedom Of Choice At 40

The Glittery Melancholy Of Captain Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy

Hawkwind’s Warrior On The Edge Of Time: A Special Kind Of Ingenuity

The Staying Power Of The Eurythmics “Be Yourself Tonight”

A Look Back At ‘We Are The World’ 35 Years Later

The Fresh Funk And Psychedelic Swirl Of Prince’s Around The World In A Day Turns 35

I Do, I Do, I Do: The Omnipresence Of ABBA

The Indelible Legacy Of Elliott Smith’s Figure 8

Blackalicious: The Sounds Of Hope

The New Abnormal: A Guide To The Strokes

How Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ Transformed The Dance Floor

Surviving Isolation Part 2: Dance To Janet Jackson

Sparklehorse: Mental Health And The Mythology Of Being Miserable

Surviving Isolation Part 1: Listen To The Stone Roses

PJ Harvey’s ‘To Bring You My Love’ at 25