Los Angeles may have changed, but heartbreak remains timeless.
Does the record’s longevity owe more to maturity than bombast?
A look back at a sophomore album that moved hip-hop in a bold, new direction.
As the surprise hit comedy turns 20, the message rings louder than the film itself.
The alt-metal legends’ sophomore LP continues to reward our obsessiveness.
Director Allan Arkush and screenwriter Joseph McBride revisit their cult classic.
Mike Judge’s cult comedy remains both self-satisfied and eerily prescient.
A writer reflects on his initial distaste and later appreciation for the controversial album.
In 1986, the Miami Vice producer brought style to the world of Hannibal Lecter.
How a series of accidents led the Chicago band to viral fame.
More than anything, MTV’s sister channel gave context to music in pop culture.
Oddly enough, the supergroup’s sole offering says a lot about the Seattle scene today.