Martin Douglas takes a look at the modern garage-punk classic and gets a few words from frontman Lars Finberg about the album.
On the 21st anniversary of Massive Attack's Mezzanine, DJ Riz shares his thoughts on the Bristol band's landmark album.
With his 1989 album, Prince created the formula for superhero soundtracks and gave us one of the best Joker portrayals yet.
35-year-old Martin Douglas explores living with an epochal album which has been living in his subconscious for pretty much his entire life.
On its 20th anniversary, writer Ian King goes another round with Juno's debut LP This is the Way it Goes and Goes and Goes.
Reflecting on the music featured in The Adventures of Pete & Pete on the 25th anniversary of the beloved television show’s first episode.
Before Loveless, My Bloody Valentine was already creating the template for shoegaze and sleepless nights with their debut album.
As we celebrate the life of Elliott Smith, who left the world fifteen years ago, Martin Douglas shares a personal story of bonding over his final released collection of songs.
On its 25th anniversary, KEXP looks back at Howl, the debut album from Spokane garage-rockers The Makers.
More than just an “unofficial Sunny Day Real Estate album,” The Fire Theft’s self-titled record gave the group a fresh start and new territory to explore.
With Rewind, KEXP digs out beloved albums, giving them another look on the anniversary of its release. In this installment, KEXP writer Dusty Henry delves into Nirvana’s final studio album In Utero for its 25th anniversary.