The story of 90s rock one week at a time since 2011.
Weekly episodes featuring 90s album reviews, interviews, and roundtable discussions.
With his debut solo release 12 Bar Blues, Scott Weiland moved away from the sound of Stone Temple Pilots with abandon and aggrevation
What happened to Marcy Playground after they scored a hit with Sex and Candy? We find out on their uneven sophomore album Shapeshifter
On her 1998 album Little Plastic Castle, Ani DiFranco expanded her sound from punk folk to incorporate mariachi horns and jazz saxophone
Out latest visit to the world of underappreciated and overlooked power pop is the 1997 album Wonderful Life by The Tories
On their fifth album This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours, the Manic Street Preachers process death and depression with radio friendly sheen
What is Desert Rock? A scene? A sound? We chat with the Desert Age filmmaker to understand what made it so unique.
We revisit the albums of 1998 that stood the test of time, that we discovered years later, that didn't hold up, and much more
After rising to fame in the 70s, the 80s were less kind to the band, who shed the makeup but 90s were a whole different story.
On the follow-up to their teenage debut, Silverchair fattened the sound but not the sales, we try to figure out what happened.
With The Replacements and Husker Du, the twin cities were an 80s punk rock mecca , but the story of the 90s is much deeper.
Craig Wedren joins us to discuss his new solo album Adult Desire, songwriting for film and television, Shudder To Think, and much more
A Tennessee rock band signed by the legendary Clive Davis to Arista records after just thirteen gigs together.
He shares how Superdrag ended up being release number one for Arena Rock and the story of how they returned to the label years later.
Jody started out with The Belltower, a dreamy/shoegaze band, but later joined Fountains of Wayne after their debut was recorded.
Marko DeSantis of Sugarcult, The Ataris and more joins us for an indepth discussion on growing up in Santa Barbara, Sweet Relief and more.
This season featured everything from the guitar power pop of Brendan Benson to the Indian-meets-Britpop sounds of Cornershop.
We pick our favorite roundtable and interview episodes, choose which album we revisited was our favorite discovery and more from 2016.
Our season review for 2015 - we discuss our favorite interview, roundtable discussions and albums reviews from season five.
It's the end of the year, which means it is time to wrap up 2014 with our favorite albums and new discoveries, plus a giveaway!
We've found our favorite tunes of the past season, and picked our album discovery of the year.