Bad Company's albums have been fairly and consistently good -- all of them crucial to the development and popularity of album-oriented rock. The Swan Song Years is a perfect and convenient way to get all of the band's first six albums in one package.
British pop legends Bananarama return with their first new music in 10 years and they tell us about their latest work as well as their lengthy career that took off in the 1980s.
British synthpop great Howard Jones reflects on his music past, present and future in this new interview.
Jon Savage's This Searing Light, The Sun and Everything Else, marks a time for considering how Joy Division became, and continues to be, so popular.
While not an instant household name except perhaps to its fan base, FAITH/VOID churns out intense yet catchy music that has a broad appeal to people who are even not necessarily fans of punk or emo.
Unlike most rock festivals that came before it, the US Festival in 1982 was unique and at times groundbreaking.
Ever since she first picked up an Os Mutantes record at 14, Adron has been forging a sophisticated sound that blends Brazilian and folk influences with her dreamy impressionistic lyrics, and augmented by her wistful jazzy vocals.
With her mesmerizing debut, Lush, Snail Mail lives up to her promise and talks to us about the story behind the album, her songwriting, and the attention that she's been getting.
In a new interview, Liz Phair looks back on her first four albums, the legacy of Exile in Guyville, and being an inspiration to today's female songwriters.
The fact that Exile in Guyville's music and lyrics are timeless – that it could even be made in 2018 and still sound relevant – only further enhances its stature as a bonafide classic.
Veteran indie rocker Juliana Hatfield pays tribute to her childhood idol with Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John and tells PopMatters all about it.