“It is time to admit that The Spits and Avril Lavigne are on the same level.”
Hours after his mother died, a brief encounter with Canadian band Chixdiggit gave him hope.
Amy Fleisher Madden (Fiddler Records) reflects on age, obsession and fandom.
How not to be overwhelmed by music when you're inundated with sound.
The situation caused her to think of her own music community and how it mishandles the subject of rape.
Anika Pyle (Chumped, Katie Ellen) found the Philly band’s debut record to be almost too real.
Tacocat’s Bree McKenna wants to believe…in the former Blink-182 guitarist’s newest literary effort.
Emily Nokes of Tacocat reviews the X founding member's book, Under the Big Black Sun: A Personal History of L.A. Punk
Tacocat’s Bree McKenna reviews the Blue Traveler frontman’s new book.
Miguel’s libidinous album is a musical portrayal of intimacy that expertly parallels the stylistic shifts and complexities of sexuality itself.