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
The 60s had Clapton and Hendrix, the 70s had Page and Blackmore, the 80s had Eddie, now it’s time to christen the guitar gods of the 90s.
We look back at the origins of Electronica, revisit four pivotal albums from 1997, and how this all evolved into the ‘00s.
1997 might be remember as the year pop returned to US radio and MTV, but Radiohead, Foo Fighters and more released career defining albums
We're joined by a variety of guests to review new releases by Nada Surf, The Cult, Weezer, Bob Mould, Radiohead, Face to Face and more
Our first Digging Your Scene roundtable takes us to the bands, venues, record stores, legacy and more of Chicago in the 1990s
We explore shoegaze - the bands, sounds, albums, guitar pedals and much more that made up this loosely defined sound and group of artists
What is a one-hit wonder? We try to figure that out, talk about our favorite and which one's we never need to hear again
What was and is Britpop? We're not sure, so we're hosting a roundtable to try figure out the sounds, bands, legacy and more
Travel back over twenty years in their catalog and tackle the most challenging album of their career.
In 1991, it wasn't Nevermind, Badmotorfinger, or Ten that won Spin magazine's album of a year, but Teenage Fanclub's Bandwagonesque
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