Speaking to VICE, musicians Amy Love and Georgia South say their campaign is as much about driving rock music forward as recognising its history.
A fan's public revelation about Rage Against the Machine's activist stance reveals the puzzling ways people tune out the obvious.
It's probably the most fun some punk legends could have while fulfilling a contractual ten-album record deal obligation.
In the 60s, Al-Bara'em became Palestine's first band to perform original songs in Arabic. Now, a band member's son hopes to preserve their legacy.
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Thin Lizzy’s “Angel of Death” hasn't made a lot of waves since the early 80s—until its lyrics appeared on a hunk of mozzarella.
How one venue came to signify community and creativity in the space of a few years.
The Australian songwriter's debut album 'Beware of the Dogs' sticks the knife in misogynists and other regressive bullshit artists. She knows that some won't take too kindly to that.
Ahead of her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist, the 70-year-old Fleetwood Mac icon talked with Rolling Stone.
The Omaha songwriter makes freewheeling records meant for crackin' beers and opens for Jack White at baseball stadiums. Is that what success looks like in rock these days? Who knows, who cares.