Salad Days Or Bust

"2015 really has been a bumper year for music documentaries. We’re only half way through, but already a couple of names jump out and strike you as some of the best films of the year, let alone the best music docs. But while films like Amy and Montage Of Heck have received relatively generous marketing campaigns to get the …

1, 2 Freddy’s Coming For You

"Transposing minor key songs into a major key (or vice versa) has become a thing on the internet in the past couple of years—a process that has been made rather easy with the advent of pitch-correction software. The results are often astounding. Some popular recent examples that have gone viral are REM’s “Losing My Religion” and Metallica’s …

What Frequency Kenneth?

"What are you going to listen to while driving to the coast next weekend? Or jogging on the beach? Barbecuing with your wife's coworker who you hate but have to invite because he lives down the block? Here, take these: a list of our 20 favorite summer albums ever (or at least released between the …

What Time Is It? 4:30

Blossom Music Center — "When I was a kid my older sister was making fun of me for being a child and said 'Do you want to go see a concert tonight', Of course I did. She then laughed at me that I can't because I'm so little. My Mom then told her since she invited …

KISS is the worst but…

The idea that a guitar magazine would teach anyone to play ska is hilarious.

Girls Of The 90s; Stand Up

No Alternative Girls is a 1994 short film by Tamra Davis — director of music videos for ridiculously cool groups like Sonic Youth, The Bangles, Veruca Salt, and the Beastie Boys (she’s married to Mike D). Interestingly, Tamra has also directed Crossroads and Billy Madison, but that’s neither here nor there. In this nearly six-minute short, Tamra aims her …

Kurt Cobain Is Back

Listen To Kurt Cobain’s Haunting Interview About Alienation And Identity  

If You Dig The Little Mermaid…

Ladies and gentlemen, recycling at its finest. Watch This

The Song Does Not Remain The Same

THE 90s — "We Seem to be growing up (dammit) and these songs have changed their meaning around right in front of us." — Dave Ralph BuzzFeed

Sugar High: gotta have it, really need it to get by

MEMORY LANE — "On Wednesday I turned the frightful age of 33. I believe I now have an upper hand in beating out Jesus in at least one category. For my birthday I went to my favorite childhood restaurant (Gene's Place) with my parents, wife, and daughter. I then proceeded to get drunk with my friends …