‘What’s The 411?’ introduced to the world a fusion of R&B hooks and hip-hop beats.
Before there was Woodstock, there was Woodinville. In July 1969, thousands gathered to watch an all-star line-up at the first Seattle Pop Festival.
After the end of Nirvana, Dave Grohl pulled off one of the biggest second-acts in rock history, starting with Foo Fighers’ debut album.
With her debut album, ‘Lungs,’ Florence + The Machine stormed the world’s stage – a crimson blur of lace, Celtic bombast, and an arresting voice.
Blondie took the pop playbook and ripped it to shreds. Here are some of their career-defining songs.
Lucinda Williams' 'Car Wheels On A Gravel Road' made her a critical darling and introduced America to a new genre, alt.country.
Thanks to technological loopholes of the CD, bands could include Easter eggs on their albums. Here are ten hidden tracks worth breaking out your Discman for.
On ‘High As Hope,’ Florence Welch finds a reprieve from her own self-destruction, turning her private pain into jubilant anthems.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's pioneering musical 'Oklahoma!' paved the way for the modern musical and represented the golden era of Hollywood musicals.
On her self-titled album, the indie rock icon took her pop sensibility to its natural conclusion, achieving mainstream success on her own terms.
Since The Beatles revolutionary ‘Sgt Pepper’ album, each subsequent decade had its own 'Pepper moment.' See which ones defined each decade.
Fusing 70s pop songcraft with NYC’s underground club scene, Scissor Sisters helped usher in a new era of queer pop that lit up charts in the 00s.
OMD will also be performing a 40th Anniversary livestream, titled You Me & OMD, on June 19 at 4:00 pm EST.
The new single also features Clairo and Phoebe Bridgers on backing vocals.
From disco hits to tender ballads, the queer canon is as diverse as it is large. Here are the most memorable songs that celebrate the LGBTQ experience.