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The Strokes Are Making ‘Bad Decisions’ in Some Glorious Retro Suits
The Billy Idol–inspired song is the second single from the New York City band’s forthcoming album,
The New Abnormal
how to write a song in 2018
How to Write a Great Rock Lyric
According to Alex Turner of Arctic Monkeys.
As told to
A New Breeders Album Is Just One Sign of a ’90s Alt-Rock Resurgence
The tart, crunchy sound is being revisited by artists both young and old.
Rock Isn’t Dead, It Just Moved to Canada
The New Pornographers, Metric, Arcade Fire, Broken Social Scene, the Weakerthans, Japandroids — it’s a full-on invasion.
Kiss’s Gene Simmons Says ‘Rock Is Finally Dead’
He blames “the masses.”
E. Alex Jung
Scharpling & Wurster Are Releasing a Vinyl LP of ‘Rock, Rot & Rule’ for […]
Record Store Day, the annual event to celebrate international record stores, is happening on April 19th, and Best Show on WFMU comedy duo Tom […]
Lovable, Talented Bore Jack White Stretches Out on His New Solo Album
Was a White Stripes breakup the best thing that could have happened to this songwriter?
Radiohead in New York: Meet the Beatles
The economics of being huge in 2011.
The Strokes Sound Nostalgic for Themselves on Their New Single
Word is “Under Cover of Darkness” is a return to form. Well, yes and no.
The Scorpions’ Rudolph Schenker On His Farewell Tour
The “ambassador of rock and roll” talks about bringing his music to Asia, what it was like at the top, and moving on with his life.