Our album reviews explore the deepest niches of 90’s rock music with the people who lived it, heard it and loved it
Fini Scad released their lone album Wider Screen in 1998 and disappeared, is it time to discover a diamond in the rough or leave it buried?
On the Jesus And Mary Chain's 1998 album Munki, is there a great album buried in an overlong and inconsistent seventy minutes of music?
The Falling Joys 1992 sophomore album Psychohum is the eclectic mixture early 90s alternative promised but could not consistently deliver
Eric Melin and Bill McShane of Ultimate Fakebook join us to discuss the 1999 release (and 2000 Sony rerelease) This Will Be Laughing Week
On her fourth album, Tori Amos assembled an all-star band to bulk up her minimalist piano sound but at the expense of melody
On their sophomore album The Proximity Effect, Nada Surf attempted to shed their one-hit wonder tag with mixed results
Ringo Sheena combines melodic pop vocals with a wide array of styles covered in layers of fuzz and distortion on her 2000 album Shōso Strip
Is there more to James 1993 album Laid than a quirky and catchy radio single?
Can immaculate production and well-crafted songs help Stabbing Westward elevate Darkest Days above the late 90s industrial rock pack?
On their eight album The Proess, Skinny Puppy imploded personally and expanded sonically, splitting fans and critics
With his debut solo release 12 Bar Blues, Scott Weiland moved away from the sound of Stone Temple Pilots with abandon and aggrevation
What happened to Marcy Playground after they scored a hit with Sex and Candy? We find out on their uneven sophomore album Shapeshifter
On her 1998 album Little Plastic Castle, Ani DiFranco expanded her sound from punk folk to incorporate mariachi horns and jazz saxophone
Out latest visit to the world of underappreciated and overlooked power pop is the 1997 album Wonderful Life by The Tories
On their fifth album This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours, the Manic Street Preachers process death and depression with radio friendly sheen
Turbonegro were at the forefront of the late 90s Scandanvian underground rock movement, we check out their 1998 album Apocalypse Dudes
How do you measure a band that is equal parts Massive Attack, the Cocteau Twins, Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Dream Theater and Slowdive?
With Henry Rollins producing, The Mark Of Cain channel the post-hardcore riffage of Helmet and Quicksand on 1995's Ill At Ease
The band expands upon Vaughan’s blues template and mildly dips its toes in more pop and radio friendly territory.
In 1993 Living Colour released an album filled songs of alienation, social commentary and heavy themes that still resonate today.
Though known for their bouncy pop single Lovefool, words like moody and introspective better represent their overall sound.
Known for the hit “Stay”, her 1997 release under her own name has some made for radio pop singles as well as more intimate material.
A mixture of early rock ‘n roll riffs mixed with Ramones energy, Monkees goofiness, and wrapped in a Misfits-style horror punk sound
The album shifts between rhythm driven “Hindi Pop” and jarring, dissonant indie guitar rock.
Whether you call them punk, post-punk, post-hardcore or emo, HWM forges a unique path on 1997′s Forever and Counting.
Some may have discovered Benson thanks to his team-up with Jack White in The Raconteurs.
Into Another bring the riffs, the big vocals and locked-in rhythm section on 1995′s Seemless.
Attempting to fill the hole left by Weiland’s drug problems in 1996, the DeLeo brothers and drummer Eric Kretz recruit Dave Coutts.
Save Ferris don’t break the mold, but they do add a few extra layers.
Though only a three-piece, they pile on a wide range of non-traditional instrumentation to create a unique, swirling sound.
Sandwiched between 80s metal and 90s alternative, Mind Funk occupy the same limbo space as Mother Love Bone and Saigon Kick.
With her first solo outing, Tanya Donelly attempts to balance her indie-rock past with a radio-friendly approach.
Harvey Danger being tagged as a “one-hit wonder” can be both a blessing and a curse.
Why didn't this band with a catchy pop-punk-flavored single in the heyday of mainstream punk make it past the first single?
The third solo release after Dave departed Van Halen with lineup changes, producer changes and a changing musical landscape.