By: Joshua Glenn
Josh Glenn on THE SURVIVAL SAMPLER
By: Amanda French
His legacy precedes him.
By: Devin McKinney
Transmissions from a bleak ten-minutes-from-now future.
By: Tor Aarestad
Both a singular artist and a mensch.
By: Katie Hennessey
For a guy with no sense of humor, he sure is funny.
An underrated, under-appreciated, undercover overachiever.
By: David Abrams
David Abrams on Blondie’s “Rapture” (1980)
By: Franklin Bruno
Derrida said of this pop star: “He knows his Wittgenstein.”
By: Deb Chachra
Not only a seminal post-punk bassist, but a cool geek.
By: Lynn Peril
“Adventures Close to Home” became one fan’s anthem.
Captain Sensible made us dance in 1982
“We are Northern white crap that talks back.”
By: Adam McGovern
He clears away the worship that can cloud minds.
By: James Parker
Parker and Valicenti parse Bob Mould’s “Who Needs to Dream?” solo
Parker and Valicenti parse Bob Mould’s “Tilted” solo