300-page book includes interviews, rare photos, and more.
The soundtrack to HBO’s vinyl also includes new recordings from Charli XCX, Chris Cornell, Elvis Costello, Sturgill Simpson, and more.
The same cannot be said about London Calling, Tim, or Raw Power.
Legendary engineer discusses The Ramones, his most meaningful records, and shunning royalties.
Mike McCready, Barrett Martin, Duff McKagan, and Mark Arm celebrate Iggy and the Stooges from the rooftop of Seattle’s Pike Place Market.
It’s not where you begin, it’s where you end up.
The Stone Roses, Nas, Rage Against the Machine, and Arcade Fire all have something in common.
Tangerine Dream’s Edgar Froese, Jimi Jamison, and jazz musicians also left out.
The Stooges guitarist and a slew of guests give once-abandoned songs new life.
The guitarist has re-recorded several early Stooges tracks for a new solo LP.
Spoiler: Hole places ahead of Beck, Springsteen, QOTSA, and… Nirvana.
The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Elvis Presley, and The Kinks — everyone’s gone Mad.