On band breakups, artistic evolutions, jamming with his son, and writing a book.
Articles by Ryan Bray
Revisiting a ridiculous detour that helped create a viable road map for punk music in the new century.
The Wilco frontman proves as capable of breaking your heart with an acoustic guitar as he is bending musical styles to his will.
Attempts to shelve the Rio PMP300 led to the first legal victories for modern file sharing.
The songwriter and his Imposters return with an intricately detailed and meticulously crafted affair.
Having reached the pinnacle of the pop music landscape, Nirvana were now trying to come crashing back down to Earth.
Jason Pierce and band add yet another chapter to their wild, dreamlike musical legacy.
The success of “Mother” served as a middle finger to the PMRC.
The CoS Artist of the Month delivers a soulful, eclectic, and moodily evocative first album.
We cherry-picked 10 pop records destined to please those who consider “pop” a dirty word.
1968 marked a seminal year for the development of underground and independent music, both in sound and philosophy.
Thom Yorke nearly electrocuted himself during the infamous performance.