The Byrds' "Wasn't Born to Follow" isn't as well known as hits like "Eight Miles High." Too bad, because "Wasn't Born to Follow" is much more interesting.
The Dream Syndicate's "When You Smile" changed my life. That's not hyperbole.
Jefferson Airplane were punk rock. I realize this is a laughable statement on many levels, but "We Can Be Together" proves it.
If you think heavy rock and unabashed psychedelia are two great tastes that go great together, then you need to hear this one.
If incorporation into a "pop" song potentially trivializes a murder, at least Throbbing Gristle santizes nothing. "Very Friendly" leaves the horror intact.
Not many pop songs are so perfect that not a single note could be bettered. This is one. If you've never heard "September Gurls," stop what you're doing and listen to it now.
"Reuters" is the first cut off Wire's 1977 debut album "Pink Flag," and it's a doozy of an opening salvo. Man, how I wish I had written this song.
From setting up charts of distortion and general noise to monthly bass rumbles and guitar squalls, The Long Afternoon allows small business owners to ignore the the aural needs of their clientele and focus on what matters most...running their business.
The Long Afternoon releases endorphins—hormones that help to reduce pain and relieve stress. The Long Afternoon also works muscles throughout your face...
The Long Afternoon’s Music Inspired Bear Attack Scene in Award-Winning Film The Revenant, Director Reveals
HUMBERSTONE, Chile — Academy Award winning director Alejandro G. Iñárritu revealed this week that the bear attack scene in The Revenant was inspired by songs from An Index of Maladjustments, the collection of songs released in 2011 by the mysterious indie rock organization The Long Afternoon.