Exactly 25 years ago today, PIXIES unleashed “Doolittle.” Still got our original cassette.
We’ve got an excerpt from the chapter in the forthcoming book ”Mad World: An Oral History of New Wave Artists and Songs that Defined the 1980s” about New Order’s “Blue Monday” | READ
The The’s 1983 debut ‘Soul Mining’ to be reissued in deluxe 2LP 180-gram vinyl set | DETAILS + TRACKLIST
Together again: The Smiths’ Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke play “How Soon Is Now?” at Lollapalooza Brasil | WATCH
"Did I just turn into Layne Staley?" The Butthole Surfers’ Paul Leary recently discovered that his head was replaced in that long-circulating Kurt Cobain–meets–Layne Staley fake.
John Lydon to play King Herod in 52-city North American arena tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ | DETAILS
Feb. 20, 1967 — April 5, 1994
R.E.M. to release 4LP set of 1991, 2001 MTV ‘Unplugged’ sets on Record Store Day — with CD, digital editions to follow in May | DETAILS + TRACKLIST
On this day in 1988, The Smithereens released their second album, ‘Green Thoughts,’ featuring the singles “Only a Memory,” “House We Used to Live In” and “Drown In My Own Tears”
Siouxsie And The Banshees to reissue ‘Hong Kong Garden’ on double 7-inch vinyl | DETAILS