When this album dropped in 1988, hip-hop would never be the same.
The album that killed Britpop loses none of its bite after two decades.
A look back at an iconic metal classic on its 30th anniversary.
A curious, fragmented epic from one of Dischord's most ambitious, but short-lived bands.
Eve Alpert discusses the group's synesthetic sound, t-shirts and foreign exchange students.
“Power” and “pop” aren’t exactly contradictions. Few people can look at someone like Taylor Swift and not immediately associate her with a billion-dollar brand first and her discography second. But power pop is a different thing entirely, a term whose meaning is something of a relic. In 2018, pop music comes in all kinds of […]
The first in our series exploring influential post-hardcore records, starting with a groundbreaking punk anomaly.
For years, Treble Editor Jeff Terich has been asking bands and artists, “what song do you never want to hear again?” After collecting answers from dozens of artists, Jeff’s learned a thing or two about what makes for a truly terrible song, and now he’s ready to share what he’s learned with the world. In […]
Only under the right circumstances will Cohen's 1988 masterpiece reveal itself to you.
A look back at the late Fall frontman, and his difficult albeit legendary life.
An interview with Luis Vasquez about new album Criminal, darkness and wanderlust.