Anthem of the Sun is where things really took off for the Grateful Dead. Rhino's new deluxe edition is a reminder of how explosive and musically adventurous this band already was back in those early days.
Time to break out your parachute pants. Thanks to a Madrid-based record company, a treasure trove of long-forgotten Spanish synthpop is unearthed.
Immoral Tales is either a curious failure or a problematic success, depending on where one draws the line between art and exploitation.
A reissue of one of Colombia's most important rock and roll groups brings warmth, nostalgia, and fresh garage rock vibes.
Alexander Payne's 1999 cult black comedy about high school politics is ripe for a revisit, and Criterion is up to the task.
Legendary singer/songwriter John Hiatt's groundbreaking pair of late '80s albums have been reissued on vinyl. Fire up your turntable and get ready for this thing called love.
A Farewell to Kings was a turning point in Rush's career and a 1970s rock essential which still informs our world today.
Five early, groundbreaking LPs by the legendary Thelonious Monk have been assembled as part of a sumptuous new box set.
Every streetlight a reminder: a quarter-century after its initial release, R.E.M.'s crowning achievement is available as a deluxe set.