That's right, lady. Eat the baby.
Claude Bessy, aka Kickboy Face, co-founded "Slash" magazine in 1977. His writing has not yet been collected, and his career has not been properly documented.
Sundress transmutes the rain-soaked realities of their canonized shoegaze godfathers into a sound that reflects the Lone Star State.
Starting a band is easy, that's why almost every person you know is in one. But just because you practice every day and have an awesome logo doesn't mean you won't be the suckiest sucking band that ever sucked.
Paul Gillman is without a doubt the most famous hesher in Venezuela and an institution in the Latin American heavy-metal scene
Here's Wavves new video for "Bug," a song about "that guy" who's always crashing parties and sleeping on couches and is generally a crusty dickhole.
It's time for these songs to go away forever.
"My Machines" featuring British electronic composer and singer Gary Numan is taken off Battles' recent album Glass Drop.
This week Cincinnati's retro garage rockers The Harlequins took us around town to visit their favorite hot spots.
Dell & Intel's Special Engagements is a new kind of live music series that brings the best bands on the planet to unique venues all over the world.
They may have invented chillwave, but they never pissed themselves at summer camp.
Some might have thought that the pair would ditch Big Business and focus on their new gig full-time, but instead, Warren and Willis cemented their identity as a duo, opening for the Melvins on a series of grueling double-duty tours. Several years on from
Splitting their time between Cincinnati and Columbus, OH, Weakness epitomizes the DIY spirit that has always defined the region.
As we watch the dirt-mustachioed boys of summer fade away into the sunset with crinkled and dried-out condoms in their back pockets, listen to this mix and remember everything the season has brought us.
This week, for the first time in "Wasted Life," we're opening Moe's mailbag. It contains bills. Also, a letter from a friend: "If Ian MacKaye were killed by slamdancers at an Evens show, do you think he'd have a pre-taped recording chewing out the crowd a…
If you've ever dreamed of joining a grunge choir to let out your inner billy goat dude voice, Rage Against The Cage is here to take you away on a heavenly cloud resembling Layne Staley's beard.
Criolo built his reputation in the São Paulo hip-hop underground. Alongside DJ DanDan, he's been financing and hosting the Rinha dos MC's, an infamous local freestyle battle.
Last month, after a grueling, week-long hike through the Rocky Mountains in search of members of White Trash, I came home to a 7" vinyl record on my kitchen table by Ed Schrader's Music Beat.
On March 18, 1991, Eazy-E strode into a Republican fundraising luncheon in Washington, DC wearing a black leather suit, a white t-shirt, an LA Kings cap, and a gold EAZY-E bracelet ("paved with diamonds," the Post drooled).
Everyone was forced into going with the flow, letting loose and getting really fucked up.
On this week's episode of Uncapped, Purple Rhinestone Eagle, the black clad high volume three-piece coven hailing from Portland, OR, convened at the Woods in their hometown to blast out a potent brew of fuzzed-out mystical psyche-metal.
Here it is, the director's cut of Dell & Intel's first ever Special Engagement. Live from the Lustre Pearl in Austin with the Brooklyn-bred hip-hop prodigy Theophilus London, hosted by Telli Federline of Ninjasonik.
Most of the 80s hardcore bands that have reunited in the past years are stinky piles of mid-life crisis wrapped in a mall-purchased leather jacket. Then there's Scream, who recently reunited and picked up where they left off.
P.K. 14, often described as China's most influential band, plays a blend of straight-up punk dosed with a sensible hit of experi-rock play.