From The Golden State’s brightest, the best Third Eye Blond songs expertly smuggle dark lyricism into catchy alt-rock tunes with poppy zeal.
Overcoming haunted studios and internal tensions, New Order remained steadfast innovators on ‘Waiting For The Sirens’ Call’.
A song that set Talking Heads apart from the pack at the first time of asking, Psycho Killer remains one of the group’s biggest hits.
With ‘A Head Full of Dreams’, Coldplay fused alt-rock sincerity with contemporary pop, exploding in colour like a burst of holi powder…
A concept album inspired by prog rock, FFAF’s ‘Tales Don’t Tell Themselves’ is ‘the grower’, says Matt Davies-Kreye.
Recording ‘Hours’ was ‘life-changing’, Funeral For A Friend frontman Matt Davies-Kreye tells Dig! ‘It charts the trip of us as a band.’
Where overdue respect is concerned, The Smiths’ lone live album, ‘Rank’, has more than earned it by now, baby.
Melancholic, yet truly life-affirming, The Boy With The Thorn In His Side is the sound of The Smiths – and indie-pop – at their most sublime.
Think you know everything about indie-pop’s most charming men? Here are ten surprising Smiths facts which may change your mind…
Establishing Blur’s identity, the ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’ album become one of the most influential British albums of the 90s.
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