Where we're going, we don't need roads; just a synthesizer, eyeliner, and a touch of androgyny. Welcome to Flashback Friday. The pop-infested dance craze of the '80s was so contagious that even staunch blues-rocker Mick Jagger of the legendary Rolling Stones tried jumping on the groove train. In ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsMama, don't let your babies grow up to be Bronxes -- or Diezels or Moon Units.On Monday night, singer Jewel and her husband, Ty Murray, had their first child, a boy they named Kase Townes Murray. And while "Kase Townes" isn't that bizarre of a name, it's not as traditional as say ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsSusanna Hoffs of The Bangles: She wishes it was Sunday, 'cause that's her fun day.Well, here we are again. It's Monday morning, we're all back at work (if we're lucky), and we've got those beginning-of-the-week blues. Over the years, many songs have been written about the firs ... More >>
Roger Waters: Writer of musicals and graffiti artist?So I guess it's officially time for every superstar rock musician who was once edgy and cool to make a fucking musical. As if it wasn't enough for The Who to do it in the '70s or Green Day now, TwentyFourBit reports that Pink Floyd's Roger Wat ... More >>
In anticipation of Queensrÿche's upcoming new album, we take a look at our picks for the "Top 10 Concept Albums of All-Time," ordered from least to most outstanding, with apologies to Iron Maiden's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son and Styx's Kilroy Was Here for just barely missing the list.
Music doc celebrates international sounds
Why is Disneyland in California? Call me an idiot (as some surely already do), but I’d venture to guess it’s because Disney studios were founded in Cali and the entire movie industry (Disney included) thrives in the Golden State. So it makes sense that a huge theme park based on Walt Disney’s ... More >>
Jane's Addiction tries to find relevance in a rock world it helped to shape
Alan Parker dumps water on soggy Angela's Ashes
What would have happened to rock'n'roll if Lennon and McCartney had never been properly introduced?