It’s a tale of skateboards, bad television, and terrible mustaches.
Members from Real Estate, Wavves, Saves the Day, and others talk about the record’s lasting impact.
A perfect storm of late-’90s sarcasm, twisted nostalgia, and surrealist delights.
Singer Greg Attonito also explores what makes New Jersey songwriters write big anthems.
The passage of time has done little to soften the blow the world felt 25 years ago this week.
Duran Duran, Sheryl Crow, Mark Ronson, Squeeze, Boyz II Men, and others will also perform.
Guitarist Noel Hogan also hints at unreleased music possibly coming sooner than expected.
Celebrating the 25th anniversaries of Throwing Copper and Sixteen Stone.
Vocalist and guitarist Curt Kirkwood also discusses the band’s new record and playing with his son.
Plus, the “Gods of Rap Tour” with Public Enemy and De La Soul has been expanded.
He also explains why his new solo album marks a major thematic departure.
The East Bay legends tapped into so much more than just alienation and boredom on their major-label debut.