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Sleater-Kinney will be inducted into the Oregon Music Hall Of Fame

Portland-based trio will also be named Artist of the Year and receive the Album of the Year award for No Cities to Love.

Adrian Sherwood On The Record That Introduced Him To Drum Machines And Why He Thinks Grime Rocks

In The Next Installment Of Diggin, British Dub-legend Adrian Sherwood Reminisces On The Pioneering Single From His Industrial Hip-hop Group Tackhead.

Littler – “Big Mouth” (The Muffs Cover)

It’s hard to find any band playing pop-punk-ish music nowadays that doesn’t revere the razor-sharp precision of the Muffs, and Littler — the Philadelphia band who released their fantastic debut album, Of Wandering, earlier this year — paid tribute to the ’90s greats with a cover of “Big Mouth” off the band’s 1993 debut. All […]

How the ’70s Dethroned the ’60s as Popular Music’s Golden Age

What was the single greatest year in rock history? As with most critical thought experiments, this is a question with no right answer, but one that’s fun and useful to argue about anyway. The way we respond to it probably says more about music’s present than its past. Show More Summary

? Listen: A. G. Cook - “Superstar”

It’s been forever since we’ve heard solo material from PC Music founder A. G. Cook, but YAY: he’s just released a new song called “Superstar.” The track finds Cook behind the piano, crooning nakedly about his unexpected superstardom,...Show More Summary

Mose Allison: Thinkin' + Feelin'

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Yesterday while writing, I had a terrible craving for Mose Allison. If you know Mose Allison's music, you know the feeling. There's a warm-weather quality about Mose's piano playing that combines happy-as-a-lark optimism with sage simplicity, sly humor and sophisticated...       Related Stories Mose Allison: Live in California  

Great Job, Internet!: David Bowie was the favorite rock star of most rock stars

Various personages have been dubbed the “comedian’s comedian” or the “writer’s writer” over the years. But who deserves to be called the rock star’s rock star, the one who loomed so large that even other music superstars looked up to him? The answer might just be David Bowie, as suggested by a lovely little documentary short from Okayplayer. Show More Summary

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