LA punks turn the 1975 single into a scream-filled rager.
Read this list with a candle burning and you will fill your entire Netflix queue.
The record’s first vinyl pressing since it was first released in 1995.
Remastered from the original mono mix and packed with bonus tracks, the vinyl release will be available for Record Store Day.
These are the albums that continue to shine or have revealed a hidden luster along the way.
Abandoned games of Scrabble and billiards, wallpaper falling off the walls, and a gravestone in the basement.
Here’s a Friday the 13th soundtrack that never fails to frighten.
Huntington Beach heavy metal rockers try their hand at tenderness.
Coinciding with his new concert film of the same name.
The Pink Floyd frontman continues to advocate for the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (B.D.S.) movement.
A musical exhibit launching fans to the Dark Side of the Moon and beyond.
Pink Floyd’s greatest cuts, protests against Trump, and yes, Eddie Vedder.