Chris Cornell: “No One Sings Like You Anymore”
Chris Cornell was known for 90s grunge — but a new compilation of covers shows the range (and appreciation) he had for other genres.
Exploring the “Mind Wide Open” with Lily Cornell
In the wake of Chris Cornell’s suicide, daughter Lily is taking the topic of mental health to a whole new, engaging platform.
The One-Hit-Wonder File: “Cannonball”
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.”
A Fire Destroyed Old-Style Master Tapes…And Why We Should Care
In 2008, a fire at Universal Music Group destroyed the irreplaceable work of countless recording artists. We just recently learned just how bad it was. Here’s why it’s a huge deal.
When Did the ‘90s Grunge Scene Actually Die?
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.