You know all of the words but do you know all of this?
“Lean a little bit closer, see what roses really smell like…”
Ain’t nuthin’ but a quiz thang, baby.
Now usually I don’t do this but, uh… 2003 was the best.
Get to know the Atlanta fire-starter whose fans include Lorde and Andre 3000. “I graduated from high school three weeks ago and it’s the best shit ever to be free.”
They’re just so fresh and so clean. Meet the designer who makes them.
The ATLiens are phoning home.
Just be sure to sing the radio edit around your baby.
Can you prove you lived through the most fetch time to be a teen: the early ’00s?!
Time to find out whether you’re crazy in love, like “so what, I’m drunk!,” or shaking it like a Polaroid picture.
The greatest show on earth is back. Here’s how the first of the legendary duo’s 40-plus festival dates went down.
Sunday’s big draws include Arcade Fire, Disclosure, Beck, The Naked and Famous, and more. We’ll update all weekend, so check back to watch your favorite acts.
Ahead of their big reunion, Creative Loafing Atlanta has published a beautiful photo series, celebrating the landmarks immortalized and transformed by the legendary A-Town duo.
OutKast were my childhood heroes. At first I was worried their upcoming tour meant their values had changed, but I’m realizing that it’s OK to let the people you love surprise you.
Our prayers have been answered. Arcade Fire and Muse will headline the other two days of the festival’s two weekends; other confirmed performers on the lineup include Lorde, the Replacements, Beck, Pharrell, Chance the Rapper, and more.
Looking back at 10 years ago, to the people and events that mattered to us then.
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
The coolest mothafunkers on the planet may reunite at Coachella in 2014!
It’s OK, we’ll wait for you to stop screaming. Updated.
Some complementary, some confusing, all classic. Whitney Houston and The Smiths?!
These facts will make any true hip-hop fan cry. Or just get ornery in the YouTube comments.
What’s cooler than being cool?
But, oh, how we wished it were! Updated.
Justin Timberlake, Daft Punk, My Bloody Valentine, David Bowie and other artists have released new music after extended absences this year. Who could be next?
This illustrated playlist will fill your life with pure, overpowering joy.
You can thank artist Davey Gravy for these hip hop and cross-stitching mashups you never knew you needed.
Madonna in a wedding dress, Britney and her snake, a thousand Eminems, and the bassist Nirvana gets bonked on the head. In other words, the best of the best.
The Outkast rapper hasn’t released a proper album since “The Love Below,” but has kept his skills sharp with lots and lots of guest verses. Three Stacks is hardly tossing off these verses – he typically outshines the headlining artist, and has been evolving his flow every step of the way.