Ruthie Is Pushing 70s Songwriting into the Present Day

She used to front the punk band Bruising, but now she's gone solo. Here's her new track “Land Of My Lover”.


Reese LaFlare and Gunna Go Disco in the New "Drip Like That" Video

The latest video from the Atlanta rapper's self-titled debut is a dimly-lit throwback.


Does Black Power Have an Artistic Aesthetic?

The Brooklyn Museum's new Soul of a Nation exhibit shows how artists of the era grappled with the timeless question.


T&P Remixed Smokey's 10-Minute Disco Anthem About Drinking Piss

Do you love disco? Do you love Beats In Space's Tim Sweeney? Do you love Phillip Lauer? Do you love 70s gay leather rock icons? If so, you'll die for this new T&P Smokey remix.


Why Was Food So Weird in the 70s?

Ham-wrapped bananas with hollandaise was somehow a thing.


From Cold Chisel to Craft Beer: The Gentrification of Pub Rock

Young bands sporting mullets and boogying to classic rock are met with scepticism from some, for others they're a continuation of an Australian tradition.


A New Comp of 70s Underground Rock Dishes Tales of Dope Fiends and Bad Trips

‘Acid Nightmares’ is a double album that documents the creeping existential dread of the 70s hard rock scene.


The Musicians Who Knew We'll Be Cyborgs Soon

How late-70s and early-80s electronic pop from Kraftwerk, Devo, and Young Marble Giants warned us of our post-human future.


The Emancipation of Donna Summer

2017 marks 40 years since Summer's audacious, pivotal pair of albums 'I Remember Yesterday' and 'Once Upon a Time.'


The Guide to Getting into Donna Summer

The Queen of Disco's career is much more diverse than you probably realise. Here's how to begin.


When Owning 10,000 Punk Badges Isn't Enough

Image as Virus celebrates the history of the punk badge.


Bob Weir's Long, Strange Trip West

The iconic member of The Grateful Dead talks his first solo record in over a decade, fascination with the American West, and how he's still, somehow, searching.