Matthew Sweet is one of our best purveyors of power pop. His 90s-era album, “Girlfriend,” was a refreshing counter to emerging grunge.
The Breeders gave us one of the seminal singles of the 90s with “Cannonball.” We do a deep-dive into this particular one-hit wonder of the “Grunge Era.”
Even Robert Plant loves this crazy mashup of reggae, Led Zeppelin…and Elvis.
Most think that Kurt’s death was the end of “grunge” – but there were some great groups and albums that came up right around that time. The author makes a case for another “end” – and it has to do with another group’s trauma.