So crazy it just might work.
We spoke Steve Albini – legendary recording engineer to bands such as the Pixies and Nirvana – about life, being in a band, and not being in U2.
Forty years after their first release, the albums of Led Zeppelin remain so influential they're (finally) getting the reissue treatment.
We talk influences, legacy and what's wrong with the state of music with the lead singer of Anvil. (And have some concert tickets to give away.)
A free concert from the U.S. rockers is good. Twenty-one free concerts is even better.
If you aren’t wearing Bose’s QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones, the only thing you’re cancelling is your listening pleasure.
Today in 'Old People Hating On New Technology': the New York Times once worried we'd lose our vocal cords because Edison invented the phonograph.
Their fourth album, Chinese Fountain, continues their everlasting beach goth party.
Slint’s 1991 album 'Spiderland' holds the rare distinction of being both cult classic and modern rock game changer. A documentary about this oft overlooked band is playing at Sydney Underground Film Festival.
A documentary about the only musical instrument brought to you by the makers of Barbie.
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