The Replacements

5.18.17

Rank Your Records: Tommy Stinson Rates The Replacements' Seven Iconic LPs

The founding bassist reflects on the musical output during his time with America's favorite Midwestern slackers.

8.17.16

The Real and Rowdy Lydia Loveless Is So Over “The Alt-Country Songstress Bonanza”

The Ohio songwriter talks about her sonic evolution on new album 'Real,' her relationship with death, and the documentary 'Who Is Lydia Loveless?'

7.22.16

Listen to Thunderbolt City’s New Tape of Hooky Power Pop

They may be from Canberra but Thunderbolt City sound like they hail from Power Pop USA.

6.24.16

Broccoli Had a Terrible Name But Their Classic 1998 Album ‘Home’ Is Back In Print

The influential Scottish band's album is stacked with layers of melody and urgent and emotive raspy punk.

3.4.16

You Can't Take the Boy Out of the Replacements: An Interview with the Band's Biographer Bob Mehr

'Trouble Boys' is a new book chronicling the legendary band's influential career.

6.8.15

Paul Westerberg’s T-Shirts Have a Message for You About The Replacements’ Breakup

But what exactly does it mean? We throw theories at the wall.

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6.3.15

A Love Letter to the Replacements

Very few bands made music as furious, honest, and as loaded with sadness, frustration, and teenaged alienation.

5.8.15

Watch Miley Cyrus, Laura Jane Grace, and Joan Jett Cover The Replacements’ “Androgynous”

The next song in Cyrus' Happy Hippie Foundation Backyard Session.

2.17.15

Premiere: Yung - "Nobody Cares"

Recalling elements of Jay Reatard and The Replacements, Yung are the latest punk rock force to come from Denmark.

9.20.14
8.20.14

How to Fake Your Enthusiasm About a Band Reuniting

Have you not heard of this band that's reuniting? Don't worry, we're here to help.

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