Return to the Sunset Strip: 10 Underrated Glam & Hair Metal-Era Albums

There is always going to be “that guy.” You know the type, the one who has to put the genre down, while he sips his imported IPA and reads obscure 19th-century poetry, while his earbuds pump the latest Cage the Elephant or My Bloody Valentine clone into his ears.

An Interview with Bri Bagwell

Some of the best and most authentic music you will ever hear tends to range toward the indie side of things, and Country music is no exception. As far as authentic, talented singer/songwriters go, it doesn’t get much better than Bri Bagwell.

An Interview with Mark Cline & Mike Richmond of Love Tractor

For Alternative and Indie Rock fans, the 80s are sort of sacred. There was an entire movement of incredible bands that washed over the scene, ones which would change the shape of music forever.

Nöthin’ But a Good Time: An interview with Tom Beaujour & Richard Bienstock

If you’ve been searching for a book that chronicles the gradual rise of the Hard Rock and Hair Metal genre of the 1980s, including the compelling backstories of many prominent figures of the era, you’ll want to grab a copy of Nöthin’ But a Good Time and let the good times roll.

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