Where to begin with the influential, iconic industrial group.
We spoke to the techno and industrial producer about his vast body of work, and how the Internet ruined everything.
As the new wave icons’ fourth album turns 40, we take a look back at its strange magic.
We spoke to the Washington, D.C. singer/songwriter about his debut album, breaking out of genre boxes, and feeling immovable.
The once maligned instrument of ’80s cheese doesn’t deserve its ill reputation, as evident in a burst of creative new uses.
We spoke to Martin Moscrop of the legendary post-punk band about youthful arrogance, a career pause, and their first new album in over a decade.
Where to begin with the jazz legend.
A look back at the Bay Area punk band’s greatest moment 25 years later.
The fourth and penultimate chapter in the Rush story.
The Seattle rapper/producer takes a look back at his catalog and gives us a highlight reel.
10 more additions to our list of fusion’s historical greats.
10 albums to add to our already gargantuan list of the best albums of the ’70s.
A month-long series in which we expand some of our recent retrospective lists.
A look back at a crucial political hip-hop document at 30.
The Canadian progressive rock icons enter the synth phase.