Indie-Pop Favorites The Goon Sax Talk Increased Confidence (and Increased Anxiety) of Sophomore LP 'We're Not Talking'

The Goon Sax have only been in America for a short while, but they've already done pretty solid research into the country's pizza options. They tried deep dish in Chicago ("The cheese was underneath the sauce!" remarks

John Lydon Talks Public Image Ltd Beefs & 'People Deliberately Misinterpreting Me'

He should be enjoying what could be considered a victory lap, but John Lydon isn't having it. The man once known as Sex Pistols singer Johnny Rotten is celebrating the 40th anniversary his post-Pistols outfit Public Ltd with

Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace on Their Rock 'n' Roll Friendship and Being an 'Outsider Among Outsiders'

‘Bad Reputation,’ a documentary about Joan Jett’s life and career, arrives Sept. 28 More than 40 years into her career, Joan Jett still doesn’t give a damn. That much is clear in Bad Reputation, a documentary (out Sept. 28) chronicling

Joel & Benji Madden on How 'Generation Rx' Helped Rejuvenate Their Band: 'We Feel Like Good Charlotte Belong to Us Again'

The group’s seventh album is out now. When you've been a band for nearly 20 years, it's easy to get complacent with your sound. But when Good Charlotte went into the studio to start making their seventh album,

Digitalism Breaks Down Dynamic 'PR15M' EP, Teases Tour: Exclusive

German electro-house duo Digitalism simply launched “chapter three” a latest EP sequence, and it could be one the outfit’s most numerous releases but. The easy three tracks run the gamut retro-futurism, punk disco, warehouse techno and chunky guitar organ home;

Legs McNeil Hails Tim Mohr's 'Burning Down The Haus' As the Best Punk Book Since 'Please Kill Me'

On Monday night, Sept.10, author Tim Mohr celebrated the release his new punk history book Burning Down The Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution and the Fall the Berlin Wall at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, New York. The night

Lenny Kravitz Talks New Album 'Raise Vibration' & Taking Music Advice From His Daughter Zoë

Lenny Kravitz is growing back his dreads. Throughout much the '90s, those long dreadlocks accompanied his run as one the most successful single artist rock stars the modern age. That is, however, until he cut them in

Pete Wentz Talks Playing Wrigley Field and What's Next on Fall Out Boy's Bucket List

The FOB bassist also shares some pictures from The MANIA Experience pop-up. Fall Out Boy had their biggest hometown return this past weekend when they played the iconic Wrigley Field on Sept. 8. In addition to the

Algerian Singer Rachid Taha Dies at 59

Taha was best known for blending Arabic music with rock and techno. France-based Algerian singer Rachid Taha has died. His record label, Naïve, announced his death at age 59 in a statement on its Facebook page. Naïve

Alejandro Escovedo on Teaming With an Italian Rock Band to Explore Immigration & the American Dream

As the son a Mexican immigrant father growing up in Southern California, where his family moved from San Antonio in 1957, Alejandro Escovedo hated the school roll call. Teachers would butcher his name to the point where