We chat with producer/singer/songwriter Steven Perez about his new album, a freak accident and Earl Sweatshirt.
The jazzgrind classic is still fun, hilarious and wild after 30 years.
The landmark dream-drone masterpiece turns 20.
The Boston trio's fifth and final album could have been a game changer; now, it barely exists.
The Regent Theater in Los Angeles hosted a power-packed night of heavy music when High on Fire, Devil Master, Creeping Death and Power Trip all took the stage on Dec. 7, 2019.
Hear the band's new album in its entirety.
Lee Buford looks back at the band's history, their new remix album and exploring mental health through music.
It wasn’t just Nine Inch Nails moving industrial music to the mainstream in 1989.
Over the past 27 years, Polly Jean Harvey has released nine albums, two collaborative releases with John Parish, a theatrical score, a compilation of Peel Sessions and a set of 4-Track Demos, but no best-of collection to date, despite having released something on the order of around 40 singles. That puts her in an unusual […]
A look back at the iconic trio's 1989 album on its 30th anniversary.
Where to start with Matthew Cooper's ambient discography.
From <i>Giant Steps</i> to next steps.
A bleak and seething document of rage and self-loathing.