Emily Nokes meant to write about the KISS member’s paperback months ago —then Trump happened.
Emily Nokes (Tacocat) delves into four hundred and ten pages of interviews spanning the entire career of one Fleetwood motherfucking Mac.
Andrew Matheson’s new book about his failed punk band is the anti-happily-ever-after.
No matter how spectacularly he fails, there’s always Jesus, standing there like a pushover mom, ready to forgive and forget and repeat.
Tacocat’s Bree McKenna wants to believe…in the former Blink-182 guitarist’s newest literary effort.
Tacocat’s Bree McKenna reviews the Blue Traveler frontman’s new book.
Wilson is a very successful hit pop songwriter who's worked with Adele and Taylor Swift. So why does this book about his craft fill him with despair?
Our writer feels kinship with Blink-182’s drummer, but the themes of desire, guilt and redemption in Travis Barker’s memoir will resonate with anyone.
The rise of the MP3 means that some wonderful things about making and listening to music are gone forever. A smart new book tells how we got there.
Bill Kreutzmann's memoir is honest and revealing, if mostly for the already converted.