What Is the Appeal of Morrissey in 2016?

We headed down to his rare and sold out Manchester show to find out why thousands of music fans still turn out for the guy who calls Nigel Farage and George Galloway “liberal educators.”


Bedroom Cassette Masters Want That Lo-Fi Electronica Your Uncle Graham Recorded Back in 1984

The Bedroom Cassette Masters Series proves that just because it looks and sounds like vintage electronica, it may not actually be vintage electronica.


Listen to DJ Yoda’s 80s Mixtape That Celebrates the Netflix Series ‘Stranger Things’

The hour-long mixtape contains tracks and snippets of dialogue from the hit series that is a nostalgic ode to both 80s sci-fi horror and pop charts.


We Got Extra Geeky with the Guy Who Made That 80s Justin Bieber Remix

You're gonna read two nerds talking about smooth jazz and you're going to like it.


Der Stab’s Nugget of Raging Early 80s Orange County Punk Has Been Released

Featuring Rikk Agnew of the Adolescents, these two tracks are important markers in the history of early Southern Californian punk.


The Strokes Channel Classic 1980s Sci-Fi in Their New Video For “Drag Queen”

Around the two-minute mark you find yourself completely hypnotised.


DIIV Continue to Impress with Another New Song Called "Under the Sun"

The band have released another single from their sophomore record 'Is the Is Are,' out February 5 from Captured Tracks.


"At This Point, I’m Beyond Quitting:" Catching Up with Thor, Canada's Unconquerable Heavy Metal Hero

The heavy metal legend discusses pumping iron, the new documentary about his life, and that one time he played a naked waiter.


The Post-Hulkamania WWE Network Is Still Racist

Just because the WWE kicked Hulk Hogan out of the Hall of Fame, doesn't mean they turned a new cheek. It has a long history of racism, xenophobia, sexism and homophobia.


‘The Transformers: The Movie’ Was the Film That Made Death Seem Mundane

Did the 1986 version of Transformers desensitise me towards death?


The Power Team Was the Bloody, Evangelical Freakshow that Ruled the 80s

They bent steel and smashed concrete with their skulls while preaching the word of Christ to massive audiences. Two decades later, the group was bankrupt.


Behold: the World's Biggest Archive of Skinhead Ephemera

We talked to Toby Mott about punk, fascism and other incarnations of the skinhead movement – as well as his forthcoming book, Skinhead – An Archive.