A frequent contributor to the conversation on our Patreon page, Chris tastes vary from old school KISS to the jacked up sounds of Brainiac.
Skeleton Key combined East Coast punk and indie rock with an unconventional rhythm section to give their 1997 debut a unique twist
Our patrons join us to discuss their favorite record labels of the 1990s, including Touch and Go, Estrus, Revelation, Lookout, and many more
On their 1994 release In A Perfect World, Season To Risk took their major label money and made a decidedly unmajor label post-hardcore album
What makes a great tribute album? We sort through over a hundred released in the 1990s to highlight the best collections of curated covers
On their 1994 album Re, Café Tacuba deliver a sprawling, genre-hopping rock en español album that redefines the genre
To kick-off our new roundtable series on the touring festivals of the 90s, we're going back to 1995 to revisit the start of the Warped Tour
On their third album Tin Cans With Strings To You, Far become victims of the loudness wars while taking post hardcore in a new direction
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.
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