"I Knew I Wasn't Alone": An Interview with Everclear's Art Alexakis

Everclear frontman Art Alexakis steps out for his solo debut and tackles everything from parenthood to his 2016 multiple sclerosis diagnosis. "There will be somebody there for you and often it's not the people you think."

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Music in the '90s: When Alternative Became Mainstream

The genre once tied to college radio and indie record companies became mainstream in the '90s. Some of those icons of “alternative” are making comebacks – or never went away. Is this 2012 or 1996?


In Defense of Not Buying into '90s Nostalgia

What's the good in looking back if you refuse to look forward?


Everclear: Invisible Stars

Art Alexakis and his band go back to their '90s basics for an album that would've fit in snugly next to Sparkle and Fade and So Much for the Afterglow. This isn't great stuff, but it's highly listenable and a lot of fun.


In Defense of Rock Radio, a Force in Popular Culture

With Clear Channel recently purchasing Boston's WFNX, we look at how important it is for alternative radio to exist -- and evolve.


Art Alexakis from Everclear Plays the 'At: Guitar Center with Nic Harcourt' (PopMatters Premiere)

Art Alexakis from Everclear is one of the latest major talents who has stopped by Guitar Center to play for the Nic Harcourt podcast series that now numbers 25 entries.


Everclear: The Vegas Years

Everclear's consistently entertaining token of flagrant irrelevance.


Everclear: Welcome to the Drama Club

People say Everclear is washed up. Reports of their demise have been greatly exaggerated.

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