From Aimee Mann to Wilco, these are the songs that didn’t remain the same.
No covers, no scores, no musical numbers — all originals.
From blockbusters to minor classics, 1997 left us feeling like kings and queens of the world.
Here’s why pretty much everyone listened to the radio in the ’90s.
Unreleased live version of Elliott Smith’s “Pretty (Ugly Before)” surfaces on Planned Parenthood compilation — listen
The lovely, stripped-down rendition was recorded at L.A.’s Largo in 1999.
Damned if we can remember where we were, but here’s what we listened to and still do.
Bar Angeles is a “neighborhood gastropub” located in Silverlake.
In which Smith reunites with former Heatmiser bandmate Neil Gust.
Trump’s most trusted advisor listens to a lot of Beyoncé and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Hmm.
St. Vincent, John Legend, and Zach Galifianakis cover “Lovin’ You” to announce the benefit project.
At Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament wore a t-shirt imprinted with names of bands not yet inducted
Among those mentioned: Nine Inch Nails, Sonic Youth, Kraftwerk, The Smiths, Elliott Smith, Motörhead, Kraftwerk, and Kate Bush.
Both will be available via Geffen/Ume beginning tomorrow, April 7th.