Writer and photographer for various places, like @Dallas_Observer. Eric is the author of Post and When We Were the Kids. He is also a podcaster and @ManCity supporter. Currently Eric makes music as the drummer in Caved Mountains.
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In the 90s, the Power Pop resurgence etched some mainstream success while firmly holding onto its underdog origins
Who are our favorite drummers of the 1990s? Who has been underappreciated or overshadowed? What fills and beats keep us air drumming?
U2 were critical darlings and wildly successful in the 80s, entering the 90 wanting to reinvent their sound, but did they go to far?
What is alternative country an alternative to? Country? Rock?
The 60s had Clapton and Hendrix, the 70s had Page and Blackmore, the 80s had Eddie, now it’s time to christen the guitar gods of the 90s.
TV soundtracks that surpassed the show and the one’s that were HUGE at the time but maybe haven’t aged all that well.
We look back at the origins of Electronica, revisit four pivotal albums from 1997, and how this all evolved into the ‘00s.
1997 might be remember as the year pop returned to US radio and MTV, but Radiohead, Foo Fighters and more released career defining albums
Scotty Morris of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy talks Swingers, the 1999 Super Bowl and the arc of swing music in the 90s.
We discuss which artists had successfully second acts in their careers and who couldn't escape their previous band's shadow.
We're talking the evolution of Metal in the 1990s, from Metallica to Helmet, Ozzy to Tool, and Kyuss to Pantera
We're joined by a variety of guests to review new releases by Nada Surf, The Cult, Weezer, Bob Mould, Radiohead, Face to Face and more
Our second "In The 90s" roundtable dives into the divisive evolution of thrash metal pioneers Metallica
What is Emo? We try to figure that out by diving into the history, the bands, the unique sounds and more
We explore shoegaze - the bands, sounds, albums, guitar pedals and much more that made up this loosely defined sound and group of artists
Who's punk, what's the score? That's what we try to figure out on our roundtable talking punk rock in the 1990s