Great album. I don’t listen to punk nearly as much as I used to, but Bad Brains will always hold a special place on my playlist.
Billy Corgan has revealed which '90s band he thinks were the greatest.
The nostalgia and good feels are real.
The music reminds me of old mecha anime shows I watched as a kid.
Things are getting weird on Hollywood Boulevard later this month, but that's a good thing.
She is amazing. Been in love with her ever since smooth operator and sweetest taboo.
I love this version. But Against Me!'s cover will always be my favorite. Finally, man, I just don't like the Darius Rucker version. I don't know. It feels way over produced or something.
They’re also fantastic live.
Wow, very glad I opened the video. That was a great song.
Madonna is undoubtedly one of the most popular artists of the 21st century, so it's fair to say she's heard her fair share of music over the years.
"[This set] features all the most classic hits and raddest deep cuts of our entire career, from 'My Name Is Jonas' to 'Only In Dreams,'" Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo said in a press release.
Its actually really fuckin good.
Fans poured into Safeco Field to see Pearl Jam play in front of a Seattle crowd for the first time since 2013.
Although this song has been in tons of movies and shows, for some reason when I hear it I revert to Napoleon Dynamite’s school dance scene.
Idk about you guys but I just spent the last 15 min + going through other Tiny Toon classics. Particle man!! Istanbul! Yakity yak!! Missed this.
Violent femmes were damn trendsetters. I hold them in the same light as the Pixies.
In a recently aired episode of the hit History Channel show, "American Pickers," hosts and antique scavengers Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz tracked down the band's original tour van in Chesterfield that the group used to schlep to gigs around New England in the early 1970s.
Straight Outta Compton is the debut studio album by American hip hop group N.W.A, released August 8, 1988, on group member Eazy-E's record label Ruthless Records.
It's no secret that both Tame Impala and the Arctic Monkeys are fans of each other, but the future of music is looking pretty bright, with the English rockers' frontman expressing his desire to work with the Aussie pysch legend.