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The 90s Never Ended in Kamaiyah's Radiant “Build You Up” Video
The Oakland rapper has given us a straight up homage to TLC.
20 Years After "Nancy Boy": How Brian Molko Queered Up the 90s
At a time when bubblegum pop and parka-wearing masculinity reigned, he stood out as Placebo's give-no-fucks alt-heartthrob.
Experimental Animation Meets 90s Clubbing in a Psychedelic Visual Feast [Premiere]
Shot on an iPhone 7 in his bathroom, Trevor Jackson's latest music video is a trippy homage to pioneering animators and 90s hedonism.
Oasis Turned Down ‘Trainspotting’ Soundtrack Because They Thought It Was About Trainspotters
The band didn't realize it was actually a black comedy about heroin addiction.
This Actually Happened
A Reflection on How Jason Statham Was the Go-To "Hot Bod" of 90s Music Videos
Before he was Britain’s most beloved hardman, he was the greased-up, half-naked backing dancer in videos for Erasure and The Shamen.
Why Hackers' Cyberpunk Soundtrack Still Matters, According to Director Iain Softley
“I saw Hackers as a music revolution. Their laptops were customized like guitars.”
We Got a Kid Born in the 90s to Review Classic 90s Films
Those born in the 90s largely missed out, not only on all the economic prosperity and the golden age of comfortable flannel shirts, but on the films that the laid-back era produced.
Billy Corgan Talks About His New Album and Why People Don't Like Him
"You are held up like kind of a piñata, but they forget that you are still there, so how much of a piñata can you be?"
1993 Part One
The year was 1993. I was barely 13, but I was already angsty, pissed, and horny as hell.
How Sorcery Saved Lives During the Rwandan Genocide
Twenty years after the Rwandan genocide, perpetrators are still being brought to justice, and heroic stories are still emerging. One such story belongs to Zula Karuhimbi, a woman some Rwandans claim saved more than 100 people through “sorcery.”
Monica Lewinsky Could Have Been Paris Hilton
If Monica Lewinsky had embraced her identity as the world's most famous other woman, she could have been Paris Hilton four years before <i>The Simple Life</i> aired.