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Tag Archives: 1990s
Goodbye 20th Century: Peter Stampfel Bids It a Fond Farewell, . . .
On what would have been David Bowie’s 74th birthday – . . .
Cool Town: How Athens, Georgia, Launched Alternative Music and Changed . . .
Summerteeth, arguably Wilco’s finest work, is getting the deluxe treatment . . .
In the midst of the shitty spring and summer of . . .
He’d not been an active participant in the local Atlanta . . .
The 1990s was the rare decade that actually started on . . .
An album that was represented in every used CD discount . . .
Philip Langley “Fly” Stone, 70, died the evening of Friday, . . .
Of all the earnest jangle-rock bands to sprout up in . . .
The Cranberries had been working on a new album – . . .
We are saddened to report that Chad Boswell, drummer for . . .
Redd Kross’ Third Eye was released mid-September 1990. Notwithstanding the . . .
Can’t Go Back: Jeff Clark Chats Up Dave Pirner on . . .
Liz Phair was one of the most divisive musical figures . . .
Someday You Will (Not) Ache Like I Ache: Bully’s Alicia . . .
Steve Wynn’s first two solo albums, recorded and originally released . . .
John Brand, a familiar and ever-friendly face in the Atlanta . . .
Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins fame has had a lot . . .
As Long As It Matters: Gin Blossoms Make the Most . . .
Atlanta lost another remnant of its rambunctious late ‘80s/early ‘90s . . .
Rainer Maria were an emo/indie rock band that started out . . .
When one thinks of the Atlanta music scene, hip-hop, garage . . .
Linda Perry, the woman responsible for the most clichéd and . . .
Tomorrow Forever Knows: The Future Comes to Pass for Matthew . . .
Porcelain By Moby [Penguin Press] With any pop culture product, . . .
Shit Gets Weird: No Pretending – L7 Lives Again L7 . . .