The Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck trailer offers an intimate first look at the upcoming documentary about the musician’s short life.
It’s time to learn about some cool and important stuff.
Flicking through the archives of the decade that keeps on giving.
“Here we are now, entertain us.”
Britney Spears’ iconic schoolgirl uniform was purchased at Kmart.
Watch three really weird guys perform the funniest misheard lyrics from music history. #wetdreamtomato
This was the year we learned that we really needed a hip-hop version of the Arthur theme song.
Time is a flat circle. And everything keeps coming back.
Sex, polls, and rock n’ roll.
I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass.
“Where’d that mole come from?”
Lyrics were pretty weird back then.
There is an impossible amount of talent on show here.
These artists are basically harmless. Until a friend or loved one tells you that one of them is their FAV.
Yes kids, even in the ’90s we took selfies.
No one quite understood you until they did.
No matter what you get, you’re going to be wearing dirty flannel.
The indie-rock goddess explains why the band’s classic sophomore album was a “sea change” in an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip. “It was my everything.”
No one does their homework like this Canadian DJ, who’s been surprising your favorite musicians since the ’80s.
Lorde was born in 1996, two years after Kurt Cobain’s tragic death. But his legacy is in good hands with her, and the other amazing women who helped induct Nirvana into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
If you’re going to buy gin and juice from anyone, let it be Snoop.
Plus James Franco’s weird weirdness, 6 mistakes you’re making while applying mascara, and the Morgan Freeman GPS.
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
The Seattle Police Department has released 35 photos from the crime scene of the rock star’s suicide. The photos come from four recently discovered film rolls that were previously undeveloped.
Let’s face the facts: Ace of Base is best when someone else does it.
The Philly band The War on Drugs has just released an amazing new album, Lost in the Dream. But you can still find frontman Adam Granduciel at the bar down the street on a Friday night.