When the flannel soldiers of Seattle stormed mainstream music in the early 90s, glam metal bands and their fans were sent scurrying back underground as popular culture shifted its attention away from big hair and bigger ballads.
Alt rock darlings Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett threw down at the historic Fox Theater in Oakland on October 18th. Our pal Aaron Rubin was there with his trusty camera.
Whether you realize it or not, you need more glam rock in your daily life. That is what I figured out back in February when the Glam Skanks delivered a dose of their glitter stomp on Las Vegas in support of Adam Ant.
With Halloween right around the corner, we’ve been revisiting our favorite spooky TV cameos by some legendary musicians. WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE!
In anticipation of Dirty Heads’ 6th album, Swim Team, singer/guitarist Duddy B chatted with Jeff Nolan about the state of the group.
Tom Petty went to the Great Gig in the Sky last night. He was only 66 years old. RPM’s Jason Lent and Earl Douglas share their thoughts.
Welcome to PRETENTIOUS POETRY – where we take a look at classic rock lyrics as paraphrased by a sophomore English major. Today’s installment is the AC/DC classic “Back in Black”. Brace yourself for true idiocy.
Music and film have shared a close relationship since the golden era of Hollywood.
I fell in love with Julien Baker in a small club with 300 strangers.
Chris Cornell’s exceptional skill as a songwriter was unmistakable. By utilizing alternate guitar tunings and some of the weirdest chords you’ll ever hear, songs like “Black Hole Sun,” “Like a Stone,” and “Say Hello to Heaven” cemented Cornell’s place in rock history as one of the most poignant writers of his generation.