We cherry-picked 10 pop records destined to please those who consider “pop” a dirty word.
Articles by Ryan Bray
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.
The album that showed a generation that pop and punk could co-exist.
History and hefty ticket prices suggest fans have every reason to be cautious of goodbye shows
Okay, we’ve said our piece. We’ll see ya in the pit.
“Asshole” is more on-point now than the veteran comic could have ever imagined.
You’re Living All Over Me remains a goddamn beautiful mess three decades later.
The post-hardcore heroes’ long-awaited return isn’t a Quicksand record, and that’s okay.
The innovations of bands like Ramones, Talking Heads, and Kraftwerk remain as vital as ever.
Bands like Hüsker Dü, The Smiths, and Talking Heads have thrived by leaving the past behind them.
Less is more on the Wilco frontman’s sparse, acoustic debut.