After 21 years, it’s still in our heart, in our heads, in our love, and in our beds.
The coveted producer puts the breadth of his experimental canvases on display.
Revisit a breakup record unlike any other.
An essential reissue curated by the masterminds themselves.
What once was the final D-Plan album gets new life more than a decade later.
Sit back, take it all in, and be the proverbial fly on the wall of Big Pink’s basement.
Few rock albums are more celebrated than IV, and with good reason: It’s Led Zeppelin at their most ambitious.
The band spread their wings, stepped off the ledge, and rather than crashing to earth, learned to fly.
El-P and Killer Mike vault over the bar they set impressively high just last year.
The album doesn’t just transport us to Weezer’s younger days—it ushers us into their future.
Over a decade later, the album remains the Pumpkins’ most honest effort.
Mike Hadreas’ boldest album bridges the schism between strengths and insecurities.
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