The former Texas senate candidate is dropping out of the race.
Singer-songwriter also unpacks his new album House of Sugar.
The Philadelphia indie rocker also did not pee his pants.
The Clash, Lizzo, Dolly Parton, and John Lennon, Panic! at the Disco, and Bruce Springsteen make up the playlist.
Filled with tracks by The Exploring Hearts, The Gories, Reigning Sound, The Damned, and more.
The Democratic presidential hopeful cites The Cure, The Smiths, Joy Division, and New Order as “the canon of alternative music.”
The presidential candidate would welcome a performance from his former bandmate with open arms.
As a teenager in Texas, O’Rourke pirated video games and ran a punk rock bulletin board.
Plus, in a new interview O’Rourke speaks about his affinity for Minor Threat and Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye.
As he weighs a 2020 presidential run, the former punk rocker-turned-progressive darling attended a show in El Paso, Texas.
Senator says he never asked to be on Nine Inch Nails’ guest list, but he would’ve drank all their beer.
Reznor said the last time they put Cruz on the guest list, he drank all the beer and was “a pain in the ass to be around.”