January 4 2010

As Dashboard Confessional’s fan base grew, so did their sound. What started as Chris Carrabba wrestling out heartache alone on a stage with an acoustic guitar has grown into a full-size band with a big sound designed to back the… [ read more ]


December 21 2009

Which is wilder to consider: that it’s been 18 years since Nirvana released Nevermind or that Dave Grohl’s Foo Fighters have released six albums since? While Nirvana was dragged kicking and screaming into playing arenas, Grohl built the Foos and… [ read more ]


December 21 2009

The 30-year trail of wreckage behind Aussie rockers AC/DC includes 16 studio albums, one deceased singer, and countless shattered eardrums. This boxed set collects the songs that were left by the side of the road, including 18 studio rarities and… [ read more ]


October 28 2009

When a young band like Paramore explodes out of nowhere (Franklin, TN?) there are always repercussions. On their third album, the group’s pint-sized singer with the giant voice, Hayley Williams, outlines the trail of mistrust and broken relationships. Fame has… [ read more ]

Q & A With Chris “Ludacris” Bridges

September 24 2009

If you can talk financial experts off the ledge long enough to ask them the key to a successful future, they’ll almost all say the same thing: “You’ve got to diversify.” It’s a philosophy that few have embraced as earnestly… [ read more ]

Q & A With Tyrese Gibson

September 1 2009

Ask Tyrese Gibson how many tattoos he has and he will laugh in your face. “Shit, I don’t know—I’ve got, like, 70 now,” the actor-model-singer says with a chuckle, looking down at his forearms while relaxing in the offices of… [ read more ]

The Sound Of A Revolution

September 1 2009

Green Day’s Oakland, CA, studio is about what you’d expect from one of the world’s biggest rock bands. The fenced-in complex includes a Ping-Pong table, outdoor weight room, vending machines, vinyl library, huge motorcycle garage, basketball hoop, and almost anything… [ read more ]

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